Welcome to Berkeley Graph Visualization. This Meetup group is for people who are interested in learning more about graph visualization, layout, and analysis. Graphs are a fundamental data structure that is used to manage relational information, and they are useful in many application areas such as network topology, link analysis, schematics and models, and in processes, dependencies and flows.
Join our Meetup to learn more about a variety of interesting topics including advanced web, desktop, and mobile presentation services for graph interaction and exploration. Learn more about topics of interactive diagramming, advanced geometric work on graph layout, labeling, and routing, and interesting graph analysis methods.
In some sessions, we will demonstrate graph visualization systems that are built over many years, and designed to meet discerning industry requirements. We will also regularly feature industry experts, including developers showcasing their production applications, leading professors and students sharing their research, and guest speakers giving talks in specific related fields.
The amount of data around us is growing quickly, and more and more, individuals and organizations are relying on graph visualization and analysis to help them discover patterns and hidden relationships within their data.
Stay up to date with the latest trends in the visualization field. Join us to learn more, meet new friends, and enjoy a few cocktails.