[Ibpsausa] [IBPSA-NYC] 5th Part of the Series: Innovative Ways to Visualize Building Performance Data
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Thu May 8 07:42:19 PDT 2014
IBPSA-NYC’s series of talks titled ‘Innovative Ways to Visualize Building
Performance Data’ explores an often under discussed topic of visualizing
performance data to tell a good story. Hope you can join us in this
IBPSA-USA New York Regional Chapter presents:
Innovative Ways to Visualize Building Performance Data V
Location: TBD, NYC
Date & Time: Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 6:00-7:30 PM.
6:00-6:30 PM: Networking
6:30-7:15 PM Lyra: An Interactive Visualization Design Environment
Arvind Satyanarayan, PhD student at Stanford University, Chief Architect at
7:15-7:30 PM: Q & A
Lyra: An Interactive Visualization Design Environment
Lyra is an interactive environment that enables custom visualization design
without writing any code. Lyra also provides a data pipeline interface for
iterative visual specification of data transformations and layout
algorithms. Lyra is more expressive than interactive systems like Tableau,
allowing designers to create custom visualizations comparable to hand-coded
visualizations created using D3 or Processing. These visualizations can
then be easily published and reused on the Web. Lyra is publicly available
as a free service and as an open source project on GitHub.
Arvind Satyanarayan is a Computer Science PhD student at Stanford
University. He works with Prof. Jeffrey Heer on tools to make custom
visualization accessible to a non-technical audience. Arvind is also Chief
Architect at Apropose, Inc., a Bay Area start-up he co-founded to build
data-driven web design applications.
President | IBPSA-NYC
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