Recording of Duke Seminar Now Available Online
A few weeks ago, on October 8, 2014, I spoke at Duke University’s Informatics Research Seminar series. The talk was hosted by the Duke Center for Health Informatics and was simulcast to collaborating universities including UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Charlotte, ECU, and NCCU. An archived recording of that talk is now available online, and it gives a good sense for some of my (older) work on visual analytics for healthcare. Because of the A/V setup, I didn’t show a live demonstration of my latest work that has since been published at IEEE VAST 2014 and in IEEE TVCG. However, the talk provides a reasonable overview of my work on population health visualization.
To watch my presentation, visit Duke’s page for the talk and click the “Archived Broadcast” link.