The InfoVis:Wiki project is intended to provide a community platform and forum integrating recent developments and news on all areas and aspects of Information Visualization.
Using editable–by–anyone Wiki technology turned out to be the only way of keeping the presented information up to date and knowledge exchange vivid. ·
he LUPOSDATE SPARQL system supports various approaches to manage RDF data and process SPARQL queries: Index, RDF3X, Stream, Jena and Sesame. Jena  and Sesame  refer to third-party SPARQL engines. Index is our in-memory Engine presented in . Stream is our stream-based implementation (see ). RDF3X is a re-implementation of , but is further enhanced with additional optimization strategies. ·
The official "RUN !" Is a motivational, inspirational visual poem performed by Philip Dane Poet of Southern California who focuses his visual poetry on inspiring people to live conscious & empowered lives.
Philip Danes Blog Of Poetry:
Irientation describes the way in which a logical connection can be created and visualized between objects and object's states. Often used animations in this category are directional motions. They give an impression of the location and the structure of information. Orientation describes the object's environment and therefore the system's information architecture. For that reason, Orientation invites the user to explore the user interface. ·
LiveCode brings three key things to your development process: the interface, the language and live coding. You start with the interface. Get going by opening a new project and dragging items onto it. A button, a field, a scrollbar… whatever your app needs. Play about with them a bit. Resize, rearrange, change the color, add some pretty drop shadows. Make it look funky and just the way you want it.
Now the language comes in. It’s English. You add it to your objects to make them do what you want them to do. For example writing: ·