ChalkLabs has won a contract with the National Institutes of Health to develop a novel grant research analysis tool. This tool will allow policy analysts, program managers, and program officers the ability to analyze the NIH’s extremely large research portfolio.
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A paper by ChalkLabs was recently accepted for presentation at the 13th annual International Information Visualization conference in Barcelona, Spain.
ChalkLabs is working with a small group of researchers from UC-Irvine and the Information Sciences Institute at USC to develop a new type of data visualization browser to generate simple, real-time visualizations and visual analytics to allow policy analysts to discover knowledge of interest within various data sets.
An updated version of Bruce Herr’s Wikipedia visualization was published in Information Aesthetics. See: http://infosthetics.com/archives/2007/05/wikipedia_history_mosaic.html
A map recently generated by our CTO will be featured in the 5th iteration of Places & Spaces: Mapping Science run by Dr. Katy Börner, the Victor H. Yngve Professor of Information Science in the School of Library and Information Science at Indiana University.
Mind-Alliance Systems, LLC (www.mind-alliance.com) provides web-enabled services designed to help enterprises improve the flow of critical information and collaboration. Mind-Alliance selected ChalkLabs to build a new prototype application for one of their service offerings.
A visualization developed by one of our engineers was recently featured in New Scientist Magazine. This visualization shows hot actors and topics in Wikipedia. http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg19426041.600-power-struggle.html