I've been all over Ping's web sites. Still haven't found
FrankenFacet. Absolutely great stuff!
Ping, please consider joining the ba-ohs-talk list. This unrev list will
be stopped sometime soon in favor of both the ba-ohs-talk and ba-unrev-talk
lists, both of which are hosted on the www.bootstrap.org web server. I
believe that we need to "pick your brains" a lot more as this group tries
to sort out what an OHS will look like.
At 06:00 PM 11/26/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>Welcome, Ping! Glad to hear from you.
>I'll have to traverse some of those links when I get a chance.
>I'm sure Jack Park will beat me to it, though, and give us his
>Ka-Ping Yee wrote:
> > Hello, everyone. It's Ping.
> > I was browsing around today and discovered that some projects and
> > interests of mine have been mentioned here. A lot of new projects
> > in the knowledge-organization area seem to have sprung up here and
> > there, though i don't yet have a coherent picture of the landscape.
> > I thought perhaps that joining here would keep me up to date and
> > involved in what's happening. I'm currently at Berkeley, and this
> > area is my planned thesis topic.
> > Here are some tidbits:
> > - Graph visualization has been mentioned here. I recently
> > did a project for an info-viz class that ended up as a paper;
> > it got mentioned on Slashdot (probably due to our choice of
> > Gnutella as an example domain, rather than the graph layout
> > and animation technique that is the real work in the paper).
> > See: http://bailando.sims.berkeley.edu/infovis.html
> > - There was a posting about organizing all of the project
> > announcements that people have posted to this list. You
> > may want to check out Roundup. There's no voting feature
> > in the prototype, but that's an important and feasible
> > addition. I did a better design for a new system, but no
> > implementation. Others have started an implementation on
> > SourceForge (but i haven't had time to follow their work).
> > See: http://lfw.org/ping/sc-roundup.html
> > See: http://lfw.org/ping/sc-roundup-2.html
> > See: http://sf.net/projects/roundup
> > - IBIS has been mentioned a lot. One of my dreams is to build
> > an e-mail archiver that produces output like this:
> > See: http://lfw.org/ping/criticons/
> > - Facets, categories, and metadata were also mentioned. Marti
> > Hearst, my advisor, is also interested in visualization
> > and information retrieval. I'm the core developer on her
> > research project, Flamenco, which is about faceted metadata
> > and how to make it usable. Our team has designed, and i've
> > built, a series of prototypes for an image database browser.
> > It's not ready for prime-time, but if you're curious (and
> > gentle with it), you might want to have a look:
> > See: http://bailando.sims.berkeley.edu/flamenco/
> > (Choose "development system", then try "FrankenFacet",
> > "FrankenMatrix", "NewSingleTree", or "Interface 4".)
> > I just played with that Smithsonian exhibit, "Revealing Things".
> > It's pretty cool.
> > -- ?!ng
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