you are here: Home WP5: Visual Metaphors and Representations

24 -May -2017
SISOBserver Journal
Our blog
Our Twitter
Our Facebook page
Our Mendeley account
Our Flickr page
Our Youtube profile
Our Meneame profile
Our LinkedIn group
Workpackage5: Visual Metaphors and Representations PDF Print E-mail

Go directly to textual description

Description of work (Technical Annex of WP5)


implications results description Click to Load Methods and Tools ConceptualMap

WP5 at a glace


WP5 at a glace - Description


WP5 at a glace - Methods


WP5 at a glace - Results


WP5 at a glace - Implications


Deliverables

Deliverable D5.1 Report on representation methods, libraries and requirements for visual metaphors for case studies (M10)

Abstract: The main purpose of visualization is to provide a graphic capable of representing large amounts of quantitative and qualitative data in a clear and easy-to-follow way. The aim of this document is to report these types of visualization which are relevant to the SISOB project, prepare the basis for a set of visualization tools for representing the results of the case studies and then the visualization options for the SiSOB tool.

Deliverable D5.2 API for each visual metaphor (M20)

Abstract: As explained in deliverable 5.1, the main purpose of visualization is to provide a graphic capable of representing large amounts of quantitative and qualitative data in a clear and easy-­‐to-­‐follow way. This document describes how visualization has been managed in SiSOB project from the Abstract: technical point of view. The set of visualization metaphor components and the API designed and implemented for this purpose is explained as well. The goal is to provide developers with a set of guidelines to be able themselves to implement and include new visualization components inside the architecture of the SiSOB system.

Deliverable D5.3 Report on the case studies with the implementedmetaphor in the SISOB system (M27)

Abstract: This document enumerates the different metaphors used throughout the three cases of study analysed in the framework of the SiSOB project, how these visualisation techniques have been used and the analyses that have been obtained by their use.RP: CICE; RV: UDE; C: All partners involved in the WP