Abstract: Encube is a qualitative, quantitative and comparative visualisation and analysis framework, with application to high-resolution, immersive three-dimensional environments and desktop displays — providing a capable visual analytics experience across the display ecology. Encube includes mechanisms for the support of: 1) interactive visual analytics of sufficiently large subsets of data; 2) synchronous and asynchronous collaboration; and 3) documentation of the discovery workflow. The framework is modular, allowing additional functionalities to be included as required.
Credit: Dany Vohl, David G. Barnes, Christopher J. Fluke, Govinda Poudel, Nellie Georgiou-Karistianis, Amr H. Hassan, Yuri Benovitski, Tsz Ho Wong, Owen Kaluza, Toan D. Nguyen, C. Paul Bonnington
http://Vohl, D., Fluke, C.J., Barnes, D.G., Hassan, A.H., 2016. “An interactive, comparative and quantitative 3D visualisation system for large-scale spectral-cube surveys using CAVE2”, In Proceedings of the twenty-fifth annual Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems Conference, In press.
Preferred citation method: Vohl et al. (2016) Large-scale comparative visualisation of sets of multidimensional data. PeerJ Computer Science 2:e88 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj-cs.88