Efficient visualization and exploration of large data sets with D3, crossfilter and dc.js

Florian Georg

Visualization and interactive exploration of large amounts of data has always been challenging. In order to ensure scalability, acceptable reaction times and support for multiple devices, developers usually need to think quite a bit about efficient processing, rendering and brushing such data.

In this session we will have a look at some of the most popular open source frameworks for data visualization – D3.js, crossfilter and dc.js. Attendees will learn from real world data what challenges they may run into, and how these frameworks can be used to build scalable, interactive visualizations for dimensional data that based on HTML5 and JavaScript.

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Florian Georg

Florian is a client-facing Solution Architect and consultant at IBM Switzerland. During the years, he has worked as a developer, software architect, trainer and consultant for efficient software delivery processes, practices and tools across a wide variety of technologies, disciplines and industries.

His focus is to help organisations deliver high-value, innovative software products by establishing effective engineering practices, tools, technologies and business models. He is a strong supporter of agile and lean, innovation through Design Thinking and the focus on user experience (UX) for software and systems.

Florian is a frequent speaker on technical conferences, a guest lecturer at universities and a member of the IBM Technical Expert Council (TEC) for Central Europe.

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