Supporting the Visual Analysis of Physical Performance Data

The regular analysis of physical performance data is key to every physical training and exercise plan. However, we are still lacking tools that allow for a customized analysis of such data by athletes and trainers, on an individual basis, and across one or many teams. The University of St Andrews Strength and Conditioning Team (S&C) […]

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Our Past, our Future: Visualising Alumni Records of the University of St Andrews

As the third oldest university in the English speaking world, the University of St Andrews has a long history of attracting students from all over the world to receive their education. MUSA – the Museum of the University of St Andrews – is currently looking for ways to help museum visitors to discover and explore […]

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Interlinear text on web pages

Interlinear text consists of several levels of annotation of a text, such as translations or transliterations. An package developed in the school includes functionality to format interlinear text in a Java applet, in such a way that the layout adapts dynamically to the width of the window. Regrettably, Java applets are used less and less […]

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Input methods for complex scripts

A new kind of encoding of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic text in Unicode requires several control characters to form groups of signs. Typing such control characters together with the visible signs is confusing for users, as the end result cannot be displayed until all the characters have been entered, and the control characters themselves are normally […]

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A graphical editor for analyses of textual artefacts

A tool developed in the school allows building of web applications that show analyses of ancient textual objects. Currently, the input to the tool consists of a number of translations and meta information, and an XML file. This XML file has to be hand-written. The task of the project is to streamline the process of […]

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Constrained Reconstruction and Visualization of Human Movement from Incomplete Temporal Kinesiological Data

A great amount of work in kinesiology has preceded the ready availability of powerful computing devices which are nowadays affordable and pervasive. Consequently a substantial amount of collected data is not available for use and sophisticated analysis in an accessible form. This greatly limits the usefulness of vast amounts of data in the development of […]

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