An evolutionary model explaining the Neolithic transition from egalitarianism to leadership and despotism.
Powers, S. T., & Lehmann, L. (2014)
An evolutionary model explaining the Neolithic transition from egalitarianism to leadership and despotism. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 281, 20141349-20141349. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.1349
The Neolithic was marked by a transition from small and relatively egalitarian groups, to much larger groups with increased stratification. But the dynamics of this
BioVis 2011 Conference Proceedings.
BioVis 2011 Conference Proceedings. In J. Kennedy, & J. Roerdink (Eds.), BioVis 2011 Conference Proceedings
The rapidly expanding field of biology creates enormous challenges for computational visualization techniques for enabling researchers to gain insight from their large and hig...
A standard data model representation for taxonomic information.
Kennedy, J., Hyam, R., Kukla, R., & Paterson, T. (2006)
A standard data model representation for taxonomic information. OMICS, 10, 220-230. doi:10.1089/omi.2006.10.220
The names used by biologists to label the observations they make are imprecise. This is an issue as workers increasingly seek to exploit data gathered from multiple, unrelated...
The Prometheus Description Model: an examination of the taxonomic description-building process and its representation
Pullan, M. R., Armstrong, K. E., Paterson, T., Cannon, A., Kennedy, J. B., Watson, M. F., …Raguenaud, C. (2005)
The Prometheus Description Model: an examination of the taxonomic description-building process and its representation. Taxon, 54(3), 751 - 765. https://doi.org/10.2307/25065431
A model for representing taxonomic descriptive data is presented. The model has been developed in response to the growing requirement for the global exchange of descriptive da...
Time-series Explorer: An Animated Information Visualisation for Microarray Time-course Data
Craig, P., Kennedy, J., & Cumming, A. (2005)
Time-series Explorer: An Animated Information Visualisation for Microarray Time-course Data. BMC bioinformatics, 6, P8. doi:10.1186/1471-2105-6-S3-P8
Microarray technologies are a relatively new development that allow biologists to monitor the activity of thousands of genes (normally around 8,000) in parallel across multipl...
Extending taxonomic visualisation to incorporate synonymy and structural markers.
Graham, M., & Kennedy, J. (2005)
Extending taxonomic visualisation to incorporate synonymy and structural markers. Information Visualization, 4, 206 - 223. doi:10.1057/palgrave.ivs.9500096
The visualisation of taxonomic hierarchies has evolved from indented lists of names to techniques that can display thousands of nodes and onto hundreds of thousands of nodes o...
Coordinated graph and scatter-plot views for the visual exploration of microarray time-series data
Craig, P., & Kennedy, J. (2003)
Coordinated graph and scatter-plot views for the visual exploration of microarray time-series data. In IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization, 173-180. doi:10.1109/infvis.2003.1249023
Microarrays are a relatively new, high-throughput data acquisition technology for investigating biological phenomena at the micro-level. The product of microarray experiments ...
Implementation of the Prometheus Taxonomic Model: a comparison of database models and query languages and an introduction to the Prometheus Object-Oriented Model.
Raguenaud, C., Pullan, M. R., Watson, M. F., Kennedy, J., Newman, M. F., & Barclay, P. J. (2002)
Implementation of the Prometheus Taxonomic Model: a comparison of database models and query languages and an introduction to the Prometheus Object-Oriented Model. Taxon, 51(1), 131-142. https://doi.org/10.2307/1554970
Types of databases commonly used for handling taxonomic data are compared. It is shown that none of the existing types of databases fully support the requirements of taxonomic...
Visualising multiple overlapping classification hierarchies.
Graham, M. Visualising multiple overlapping classification hierarchies. (Thesis)
Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/2430
The revision or reorganisation of hierarchical data sets can result in many possible hierarchical classifications composed of the same or overlapping data sets existing in par...