A refereed online publication designed to promote our understanding of interactive advertising, marketing, and communication in a networked world. A journal that can help me with the research for my topic even though in English but articles can be very helpful and informative.
The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives is a library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives or concept tutorials, mostly in the form of Java applets, for mathematics instruction (K-12 emphasis). The project includes dissemination and extensive internal and external evaluation.
Apache Drill provides low latency ad-hoc queries to many different data sources, including nested data. Inspired by Google's Dremel, Drill is designed to scale to 10,000 servers and query petabytes of data in seconds.
We present the DataMeadow, a visual canvas providing rich interaction for constructing visual queries using graphical set representations called DataRoses. A...
Kartograph is a simple and lightweight framework for building interactive map applications without Google Maps or any other mapping service. It was created with the needs of designers and data journalists in mind.
Type a word, any word. Then double click on it or type control-return (or command-return). For example type: git, bootstrap, mysql, mongo, rails, node, coffee, js, dom, jquery, svg, ruby code, file paths, url's, shell commands, etc.
Interactive 3D model of Solar System, Planets and Night Sky: "Welcome to Solar System Scope space traveller, SSS means Astronomy for Everybody. Whether you are a student, astronomy fan or an accidental browser, you are most welcome to play with our user-friendly application. It's full of space-art graphics, has easy-to-use interface with various settings and offers interesting information. SSS will illustrate you real-time celestial positions with planets and constellations moving over the night sky. But I can see you're not just a passive spectator - and that's good, because you can actively change parameters for a better understanding of happenings in our Solar System and the Universe." in www.solarsystemscope.com
The rpanel package has two aims. The first is to provide tools which make the construction of gui control panels for R applications as easy as possible. The package is aimed at those who know R but are not familiar with the technicalities of the various gui construction systems which are available. The rpanel package is built on rtcltk and manages the process of communication so that controls can be constructed directly by R simple function calls.
Developers respond to Adobe Muse By Craig Grannell on August 17, 2011 Designers and developers accuse Adobe of not understanding the web and creating a tool that could damage rather than aid the industry. Craig Grannell investigates
There are three main activities you can do within Pearltrees: organize, share and discover.
Easily organize what you've found on the web. The simple and intuitive interface makes sorting your interests, your passions and your ideas easy. Pearltrees allows you to give a precise meaning to the content you've archived making retrieval and reuse a pleasure.
You can also instantly share the content you've organized. In Pearltrees, everything is public. All other users can see what you've organized and you can see everything that others have collected. This lets you easily find users with common interests and when you do, you can team up with them and curate a topic together.
Pearltrees also lets you discover a web organized by others. Do you like discovering a city with a friend who already lives there? With Pearltrees, you can enjoy a similar though digital experience and learn about a new topic, a newsworthy issue or anything else that captures your attention, all curated by other people just like you.
The goal of this project is to provide free, high quality, interactive, web-based resources for students and teachers of probability and statistics. Basically, our project consists of an integrated set of components that includes expository text, applets, data sets, biographical sketches, and an object library. Please read the Introduction for more information about the content, structure, mathematical prerequisites, and organization of the project. Technologies and Browser Requirements This site uses a number of advanced (but open and standard) technologies, including the Mathematics Markup Language (MathML), for portable and notationally correct mathematical expressions, and Java for the applets. See the Introduction for more information about the technologies used.
Incredibox qui permet en quelques clics de souris de monter une chorale de Beatboxer sans avoir à remplir votre clavier de salive !! Si vous avez aimé Poulpo, alors vous allez adorer au point de vous croire en live à monter sur votre bureau pour faire chanter les collègues :) N’oubliez pas de tester le mode automatique, ça vous fera un véritable concert à partir de votre création de départ
Des photographes ont mis en ligne la plus grande image panoramique jamais réalisée, baptisée "Paris 26 Gigapixels". Cette photo de la capitale est constituée d'un assemblage de plus de 2.300 photos de la capitale. Cette prouesse technique permet également aux internautes de découvrir Paris sous un angle inédit. Le résultat affiche une image panoramique d'un champ de 230 degrés et d'une résolution de 26,7 Gigapixels, soit 26,7 milliards de pixels. Une résolution qui permettrait d'imprimer la photo sur un support de 2.000 m². Comme sur Google Maps, mais avec une résolution nettement supérieure, les internautes ont la possibilité de naviguer sur cette photo panoramique et zoomer sur les monuments, les toits de la capitale, voire même leur immeuble. Les internautes peuvent également tenter de dénicher l'une des 10 objets "surprises" qui ont été incrustées dans cette image géante.
J. Fekete, A. Kerren, C. North, and J. Stasko (Eds.).
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P. Estalella, I. Martin, G. Drettakis, and D. Tost. Proceedings of the 17th Eurographics Conference on Rendering Techniques, page 313--318. Aire-la-Ville, Switzerland, Switzerland, Eurographics Association, (2006)