information+visualization
Fachhochschule Potsdam University of Applied Sciences

Invited talk   

1 October 2014, 7 pm

Visualizing Energy Consumption Across Scale and Space

Sarah Goodwin,
giCentre, City University London

Can multivariate data be compared across multiple dimensions of scale and geography? Sarah Goodwin presents a theoretical framework and prototype visualization designs for multivariate data comparison. Specializing in the analysis of spatial data and geovisualization, Sarah's research investigates the classification of variables for energy consumer profiling. In this talk she will show some of her work investigating geodemographics with energy consumption characteristics and prototype designs for smart home data analysis for energy companies.

Doors 6:30pm, Start: 7pm @ Wissenschaftsetage im Bildungsforum
Am Kanal 47, 14467 Potsdam

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information+visualization is a cross-cutting research theme at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences. Researchers that focus on information+visualization explore the potential of interactive and visual representations to help people make sense of large data sets and navigate complex information spaces.

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