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Press Release 09-082 - Video
An interview with Bill Howe of the University of Washington.

Visualizations have played an important role in science for decades. As data collection becomes more sophisticated, finding ways to visualize large data sets in a relatively easy and affordable manner has become an imperative. As part of the CluE initiative, Bill Howe, a computer scientist at the University of Washington, is working with colleagues at the University of Utah to develop a cost-effective visualization tool based on the VisTrails suite.

Credit: University of Washington and the National Science Foundation.

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