[DL] New Book: Linked Data Visualization: Techniques, Tools and Big Data

Nikos Bikakis bikakis.nikos at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 09:54:45 CEST 2020

New Book

"Linked Data Visualization: Techniques, Tools and Big Data"
Laura Po, Nikos Bikakis, Federico Desimoni & George Papastefanatos
Morgan & Claypool 2020
ISBN: 9781681737256 | 9781681737263 (ebook)
DOI: 10.2200/S00967ED1V01Y201911WBE019

Morgan & Claypool: 
Homepage: http://www.linkeddatavisualization.com

This book covers a wide spectrum of visualization topics, providing an 
overview of the recent advances in this area, focusing on techniques, 
tools, and use cases of visualization and visual analysis of Data (LD). 
It presents the core concepts related to data visualization and LD 
technologies, techniques employed for data visualization based on the 
characteristics of data, techniques for Big Data visualization, tools 
and use cases in the LD context, and, finally, a thorough assessment of 
the usability of these tools under different scenarios.

The purpose of this book is to offer a complete guide to the evolution 
of LD visualization for interested readers from any background and 
empower them to get started with the visual analysis of such data. The 
book can serve as a course textbook or as a primer for everyone who 
wants to explore and analyze LD, whether undergraduate and post-graduate 
students, data scientists, semantic technology developers, or UI & UX 
designers who wish to gain some practical experience with LD tools. 
Previous knowledge of Semantic Web technologies such as RDF, OWL, 
SPARQL, or programming skills is not required.

  Linked Data, Visual Analytics, Big Data, Visualization Tools, Semantic 
Web, Data Exploration, Information Visualization, Human-Computer 
Interaction, Usability

Read more information:

  Morgan & Claypool: https://tinyurl.com/qqul4tm
  Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1681737256
  Barnes & Noble: https://tinyurl.com/v8g4yv3
  AbeBooks: https://tinyurl.com/uvrqu86
  More: http://www.linkeddatavisualization.com/order.html

Nikos Bikakis
ATHENA Research Center  | Greece


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