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Design and Implementation of Data Analysis Systems
Heidelberg, March 23-26, 1995
Contact: G. Sawitzki, Statlab Heidelberg
Preliminary time table.
This is only a draft time table so far.
So far, most slots only show placeholder or keywords; titles are preliminary.
Times and topics are subject to change.
The final time table will be fixed in the opening session on
March 23rd, 19:00.
Thursday, March 23rd
13:00 Software presentations and open sessions
- 19:00 Welcome
- 20:00 P. Groeneboom (TU Delft)
- Computer aided teaching in statistics
Friday, March 24th
9:30: Design and Scope of Data Analysis Systems: Status reports and
- A. Wilks (Bell Labs)
- Short remarks about S
- E. Arbogast (StatSci)
- R. Gentleman & R. Ihaka (Auckland)
- Introducing R
- A. Unwin (Augsburg)
- Data Desk
- L. Tierney (Minneapolis)
14:30 Implementation issues, grafics and
(including user interface topics)
- A. Wilks (Bell Labs)
- Introducing Pictor
- R. Becker, B. Cleveland (Bell Labs)
- Trellis displays
- Desktop models, document models
- What happened to colour
Graphical specification of models
- F. Wietek, Oldenburg
- EPI-Workbench - a graphic editor for epidemiological models
20:00 One, two, three, infinity...
how far are we in the analysis and visualization of higher dimensional data structures
- A. Buja (Bell Labs)
- Visualization of high dimensions
Saturday, March 25th
9:00: Special data set features:attribute data, spatial data,
time series; large and huge data sets; data streams
W. F. Eddy (Carnegie Mellon)Interactive Icon Index
M. Nagel (Bad Elster)Prototyping, preprocessing and large data sets
D. Keim (München)
data mining (Note: big files, w. colour.)
A. Unwin (Augsburg)MANET (Missings Are Now Equally Treated)
R. Becker & A. WilksMaps
??? Time based data
??? Discretized data
??? Data flows ?
Special field in statistics
- ?Extreme values
- ?Spatial statistics
14:30 Extensibility, Portability, and Work Flow Integration
..Extending S, porting S, etc...
L. TierneyExtending software in a LISP environment
Frederic Udina Interactive data and parameter
transformation in lisp-stat.
G. Sawitzki (StatLab Heidelberg)
On a Voyage to Oberon, Part II
J. Marais, ETH Zürich;Extensible Software Systems in Oberon
R. Gentleman, R. IhakaImplementation Issues in Statistical
Computing (An abstract is here .)
(including Object models)
18:00 Open discussion
Sunday, March 26th
10:00 Special interest groups
- Human interface, high interaction graphics, and data analysis tools
- Object structures and graphical models for interactive data analysis
- Distributed systems and networks