Join Us in Atlantic City this Sunday – VisWeek Workshop

Posted to Site News  |  Nathan Yau

Like I mentioned before, Robert Kosara (EagerEyes), Andrew Vande Moere (information aesthetics) and I are hosting a workshop on Visualization on the Web this Sunday (October 11) in Atlantic City as a part of VisWeek. So if you’re in town, make sure you drop by.

We accepted topic proposals earlier last month, and those will be presented (briefly) during the workshop, and we’ll break into discussion from there. It’ll be an informal event.

Even if you didn’t submit a paper or register, you’re welcome to join. Everyone is welcome. There should be plenty of space.

Find more information on EagerEyes. Remember, this Sunday, October 11, 2:00-5:30.

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