Visualising Sorting

Sort algorithms can greatly vary in complexity, and their mechanisms and complexity are often difficult to understand for lay-people (including students who are just starting to learn the fundamentals of computer science). This project will explore visualisation as a means to make the principles of different sort algorithms more transparent and, in this way, also […]

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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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Dynamics of Wikipedia Subnetworks

Wikipedia is the biggest encyclopedia ever created and it is in continuous evolution. Volodymyr Miz et al [1] created and made available tools that allow the analysis and visualisation of the Wikipedia graph. A detailed explanation of their work can be found in this blog post [2]. This project will explore how some regions 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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