Published on March 21, 2018 by University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering

Allen School graduate student Ham Wongsuphasawat demonstrates new tools from the University of Washington’s Interactive Data Lab that are designed to enhance the way people understand and communicate data: Vega-Lite, a high-level grammar for the creation of sophisticated interactive visualizations, and Voyager, a recommendation-driven visualization browser to facilitate data exploration. These tools augment visualization authoring with automated design and recommendation to enable people to leverage their domain knowledge and creativity to effectively analyze and present data with fewer efforts and human errors.

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