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Visual Analytics of Movement

Multi-aspect analysis

Gennady Andrienko
Natalia Andrienko
Georg Fuchs
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Data example
A trajectory

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Data Types and Transformations

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Trajectories and trajectory patterns

 Trajectory
summarization,
summarization
clustering,
transformation of
temporal references

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Spatial events

 Space-time cube shows events


extracted from trajectories

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Local time series

 Time series of vessel presence for


two selected clusters of cells

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Spatial situations

 Similarity of hourly situations in terms of


presence of passenger and ferry boats

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Towards joint analysis of multiple types
Events and corresponding trajectories

 near-encounter relationships between ships


 (a) Extracted events of distance less than 100 m to the nearest ship
 (b) The events in which at least one of the ships decreased speed by 10
km/h or more. The pie charts show the counts (cf. to all).
 ((c)) Investigation
I ti ti off the
th spatio-temporal
ti t l neighbourhood
i hb h d off a selected
l t d eventt
in a STC.

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How to see the forest for the trees?
Multi-aspect analysis

 Understanding the typology of analysis tasks


A conceptual framework and taxonomy of techniques for analyzing movement
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvlc.2011.02.003 (JVLC 2011)
 Understanding the system of potentially relevant patterns
 Involving appropriate context elements
An event-based conceptual model for context-aware movement analysis
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13658816.2011.556120 (IJGIS 2011)
 Towards integrated methods for pattern detection, interpretation, synthesis
 Data mining query languages (“Athena”)
 Visual analytics interfaces
 Integrating necessary computational methods (KDD
(KDD, GIScience,
GIScience …))
 Dealing with the variety of data aspects and dimensions
 Addressing the privacy concerns

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