modular interactive multitouch multiuser data
exploring, analysing and visualising databases in a new way.
Tangible DataTangible Data is a tangible multiuser database exploration and manipulation environment.
Objects and MultitouchTangible Data is designed to be used in Object-Multitouch detection tables, allowing a human interaction with its elements.
This makes the data analysis and visualisation an interactive and intuitive task.
Tangible Data can also be used in desktop computers, in windows/mac/linux platforms.
RTangible Data is a way to interact with the Statistical software R , opening a new future in data analysis-exploration, via touches and objects, keeping the power and complexity of one of the most advanced and customisable statistical softwares.
Those visualisations are interactive in the web, adding another level of interactivity to Tangible Data.
This is addressed with Tangible Data .
Tangible Data workflow
Working with Tangible Data, one will generate an interactive html-D3 web page with the content of the explored/analysed data and visuals.
Tangible Data is able to control remotely, with objects and multitouch gestures, D3 objects in the generated webpage.
Slideshow example on Tangible Data usage
1. Select R-elements to use in the table/objects
R-elements represent R functions/objects or visualisations (R or D3).
2. Make links between elements
Making links between simple-modular elements, complex data analysis and visualisations are easily accomplished.
3. Select options and run elements
Opening options panels, users can select the behaviour of the elements.
Once the selections are done, running the element will build the new data or visualisation.
4. Display results on table
Visualisations can be displayed on the table or in the web as interactive D3 objects.
5. Display results on web
A web page with the results is auto-generated populated with interactive D3.js objects
6. Explore results
As graspR is able to generate and interact with D3.js objects, resulting data can be explored in those interactive tables and visualisations, adding another new level of data-interaction-visualisation-analysis.
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UsersTangible Data is able to bring a new experience in data analysis and visualisation, and brings a new way to explore big/complex data.
This allows to use Tangible Data for interactive data exploration, for multiple users.
Tangible Data can be used as a demo tool, as a didactic tool and as a serious research program, that can reveal, due to its new possibilities and usages, novel findings in data analysis.
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