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WebTOC: A Tool to Visualize and Quantify Web Sites using a Hierarchical Table of Contents Browser (1998)
Video demonstration from the 1998 CHI conference. WebTOC is a method for visualizing the contents of a website with a hierarchical table of contents using a java program and...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; information visualization; exploratory data analysis; graphical representations; hierarchical table of contents; java applet; World Wide Web
Duration: 00:05:49
Popularity (downloads): 604
 
HCIL Symposium 2003 - Hierarchical Clustering Explorer, segment 7 of 7 (2003)
A new version of the hierarchical clustering explorer (HCE 2.0) is described. The primary focus of the HCE is its ability to uncover interesting patterns and trends in a...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;University of Maryland;HCI;
Duration: 00:06:39
Popularity (downloads): 501
 
ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - Hierachical Visualizations with Treemaps: Making sense of Pro Basketball Data (1993)
Treemaps support visualization of large hierarchical information spaces. The treemap generation algorithm is straightforward and application prototypes have only minimal hardware requirements. Given primary graphical encodings of area,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; visualization; statistics; hierarchy; treemap;
Duration: 00:09:27
Popularity (downloads): 526
 
Arranging The Tea Table
Explains the reasoning behind attractive and correct tea-table arranging.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords:
Duration: 00:05:00
Popularity (downloads): 211
 
Good Table Manners (1951)
A bad-mannered 14-year-old meets himself as a young man of 21, and learns the fundamentals of good table manners.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Social guidance: Etiquette; Children;
Duration: 00:10:19
Popularity (downloads): 612
 
Stealing a dinner (1903)
A man sits at the dinner table, with a row of dogs behind him and a black dog sitting near the table in the foreground. When the master rings a...

Genre: Historical
Keywords: Dogs--Behavior--United States--Drama; Dog owners--United States--Conduct of life--Drama; Stealing--Drama; Animal welfare--United States--Drama; Pets--United States--Death--Drama; Silent films; Comedies; Animal films and programs; Vaudeville; Shorts;
Duration: 00:00:50
Popularity (downloads): 810
 
ACM UIST 1997 - Elastic Windows: A hierarchical multi-window world-wide-web browser (1997)
The World-wide web is becoming an invaluable source for the information needs of many users. However, current browsers are still primitive, in that they do not support many of the...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; World-Wide Web; information visualization; user interfaces; window management
Duration: 00:05:14
Popularity (downloads): 400
 
ACM CHI 1995 - Exploring large tables with the Table lens (1994)
The Table lens is a new technique for visualizing and making sense of large tables. By fusing symbolic and graphical representations into a single manipulable focuse+context display and providing...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; information visualization;exploratory data analysis; graphical representations; focus+context technique; fisheye technique; tables; spreadsheets; relational tables
Duration: 00:09:27
Popularity (downloads): 583
 
Visualization for Production Management: Treemap and Fisheye Table Browser (2001)
Using the example of oil production we show how information visualization can be used for the periodic monitoring of production equipment. Here we use a Treemap with dynamic queries to...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Management; Treemap; Fisheye; Browser; Display; HCIL;
Duration: 00:05:10
Popularity (downloads): 1133
 
Transporting Internal Rev. stamps, U.S.P.O. (1903)
The film shows a two-horse postal delivery wagon backed against a ramp, where two men are unloading the contents of the wagon into a delivery chute.

Genre: Historical
Keywords: Delivery of goods; Actuality--Shorts;
Duration: 00:00:58
Popularity (downloads): 375
 

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