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Smart Centre

SMART Centre Sample Visualisations

The SMART Centre have developed a number of innovative web-ready visualisation tools. Developed using Macromedia Flash, they offer powerful yet intuitive interfaces for working with multi-dimensional data.

Material for Siena Workshop and Presentations

Curriculum materials using multivariate plotter tool:

CCEA funded a small project to explore the possibility of developing some rich data activities which might act as common starting points for different subject areas, for example the STI data set could be used in maths, in science and in citizenship or PSHE or similar.

You can work through these activities online here

 Disease simulations

As part of the Wellcome funded Reasoning From Biomedical Data project we developed some simulations which model disease transmission with some associated curriculum materials.

You can download some of the curriculum activities and associated software by clicking here

You can also work through these activities on line here.

 

 

We have recently developed an interactive, web accessible version of our multi-variate plotters, which allow you to submit your own multi-dimensional data to our data interfaces. You data will be saved and you will be provided with a web link so that you can share your data with others.

Click Here to visit our data interface

You may also be interested in these simulations :

USE: software on this site can be used by anyone for non-commercial purposes. You must leave the credits as they are unless we give you specific permission for the change. If you charge for your services, you must not use any of our resources without explicit permission.

YOUR DATA: if you have an interesting data set you would like to display – lets talk. If you are rethinking your whole presentation of data in the public arena, that is an even better reason to talk!

COLLABORATION: we are always open to discussions about possible collaborations. Contact jim.ridgway@durham.ac.uk