Tag Archives: Visualization

Visualizing a New Era of CEO Data-Driven Innovation

there is one very heartening trend that we're observing as the drumbeat for CEO action gets louder, and it is this - better data driven tools are emerging, and a new discipline that uses them is springing up. CEO's have always loved and demanded data. What we're seeing now is a new acceptance of data as the platform for the agile decision making required for innovating.

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Prizes: NSF Awards Sci/Eng Visualization Challenge

Science Magazine and the National Science Foundation presented the winners and honorable mentions in the eighth annual International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge, which drew 111 entries from 63 countries, including 24 U.S. states. From the competition…”The winners — in categories including illustration, photography, informational graphics, and multimedia — draw you into unseen worlds in very different ways and span ...

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Visualization: Not Just for the Communication-Challenged

“Is kick-ass visual communication an important skill for engineers?”  Tyler Disney, an engineer, asks this question in his blog.  He writes that the inclusion of visual communication often makes or breaks a proposal for engineers.   He highlights fields such as architecture and urban planning as those that use their professional training and skill to make more beautiful, compelling proposals for ...

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