Author Archives: bramvandeputte

Applying design principles in authorship networks – A case study (Video)

This 5 minute video shows and explains the highlights of the comparison on ResearchTable using two established design principles. Feedback very welcome, as always ! Advertisements

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Interactive Sensemaking in Authorship Networks (Poster)

I’m currently in Japan on my way to the ITS2011 conference in Kobe, where I will present a poster on ResearchTable. The poster tries to summarize the ideas, the preparations, work and evaluations performed around ResearchTable. I think it worked … Continue reading

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Short video about new version of Researchtable, powered by Cytoscape

Hi, Here is a short video about a new version of Researchtable, powered by Cytoscape. Cytoscape is an open source platform for visual network exploration. I have created a modified version, which is suited to work on multi-touch devices. The … Continue reading

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How to build your own multi touch table

On popular demand, here are some details on what I used to build our table, and pointers that can help you to build your own : First of all, it is important to choose which technology you want to use … Continue reading

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ScienceTable at EC-TEL 2010

As some of you might know, I was preparing to demo and evaluate the ScienceTable at the EC-TEL 2010 conference. This conference was organized in Barcelona, only 1400km from Leuven 😉 It took us some effort to build a version … Continue reading

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Interactive co-authorship network

This is the first video I put online of the work-in-progress ScienceTable application :

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Tabletop : 1st prototype

I know that it is old news, but I wanted to have a chronological overview of the evolution of our tabletop construction and my ScienceTable visualization. Here are some stills of our first prototype. We used this to experiment with … Continue reading

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