Visualization can be a valuable tool for analysing and understanding data (and the ""reality"" that we are trying to measure). It can be much richer than numeric metrics, providing valuable insights. It can also distort, camouflage, or hide information. This talk will provide some real-life examples of how to use and mis-use visualization.
This talk is relevant to everyone and does not assume any technical expertise.
Sony Network Entertainment
Frank's first experience with a real time unix operating system dates | back to the early 90's, when was a kernel developer on HP-RT. He was | worked on many other areas of computer technology before and since, | but often returns to the world of real-time, including contributing to | the real time Linux patches while at MontaVista. Currently, his primary | area of responsibility at Sony is embedded real time Linux for consumer | and... Read More →
Wednesday November 7, 2012 10:40am - 11:25am
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