Drawing Georeferenced Graphs – Combining Graph Drawing and Geographic Data
We consider the task of visually exploring relationships (such as established connections, similarity, reachability, etc) among a set of practical solution based on separating and then integrating back again the networked and geographical dimensions of the input dataset. This allows us to easily cope with partial or incomplete geographic annotations, to reduce cluttering of close entities, and to address focus-plus-context visualization issues. Typical application domains include, for example, coordinating search and rescue teams or medical evacuation squads, monitoring ad-hoc networks, exploring location-based social networks and, more in general, visualizing relational datasets including geographic annotations.
- Giordano Da Lozzo, Marco Di Bartolomeo, Maurizio Patrignani, Giuseppe Di Battista, Davide Cannone, Sergio Tortora. Drawing Georeferenced Graphs – Combining Graph Drawing and Geographic Data. In Proc. 6th International Conference on Information Visualization Theory and Applications (IVAPP ’15), Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2015. To appear.