When is bigger better? The effects of group size on the evolution of helping behaviours: Effects of group size on evolution of helping
Powers, S. T., & Lehmann, L. (2017)
When is bigger better? The effects of group size on the evolution of helping behaviours: Effects of group size on evolution of helping. Biological Reviews, 92(2), 902-920. https://doi.org/10.1111/brv.12260
Understanding the evolution of sociality in humans and other species requires understanding how selection on social behaviour varies with group size. However, the effects of g...
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...
Novel visualisation techniques for working with multiple, overlapping classification hierarchies
Graham, M., Watson, M. F., & Kennedy, J. (2002)
Novel visualisation techniques for working with multiple, overlapping classification hierarchies. Taxon, 51, 351-358
A Java-based program is presented that provides a visualisation tool for display of and comparison between classification hierarchies. Taxa, or groups of taxa, can be tracked ...
Managing social capital as knowledge management – some specification and representation issues.
Davenport, E., Graham, M., Kennedy, J., & Taylor, K. (2005)
Managing social capital as knowledge management – some specification and representation issues. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 40, 101-108. doi:10.1002/meet.1450400113
‘Classic’ accounts of social capital have emerged
in accounts of stable networks or institutional
environments. These conditions do not apply in
the case of many firms – a cas...
Techniques for Auditing the ICT Carbon Footprint of an Organisation
Mouchet, C., Urquhart, N., & Kemmer, R. (2014)
Techniques for Auditing the ICT Carbon Footprint of an Organisation. International Journal of Green Computing, 5(1), 44-61. https://doi.org/10.4018/ijgc.2014010104
This article has presents an extensive survey of the state of the art in Green IT/S. The findings of the survey suggest that there is scope for a reliable carbon footprint aud...
Vesper: Visualising Species Archives.
Graham, M., & Kennedy, J. (2014)
Vesper: Visualising Species Archives. Ecological Informatics, 24, 132-147. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoinf.2014.08.004
Vesper (Visual Exploration of SPEcies-referenced Repositories) is a tool that visualises Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A) datasets, and is aimed at reducing the amount of time and ...
Visualization beyond the desktop--the Next Big Thing.
Roberts, J. C., Ritsos, P. D., Badam, S. K., Brodbeck, D., Kennedy, J., & Elmqvist, N. (2014)
Visualization beyond the desktop--the Next Big Thing. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 34(6), 26-34. https://doi.org/10.1109/MCG.2014.82
Visualization is coming of age. With visual depictions being seamlessly integrated into documents, and data visualization techniques being used to understand increasingly larg...
Visualising errors in animal pedigree genotype data
Graham, M., Kennedy, J., Paterson, T., & Law, A. (2011)
Visualising errors in animal pedigree genotype data. Computer Graphics Forum, 30, 1011-1020. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8659.2011.01950.x
Genetic analysis of a breeding animal population involves determining the inheritance pattern of genotypes for multiple genetic markers across the individuals in the populatio...
Visual Exploration of Alternative Taxonomies through Concepts
Graham, M., & Kennedy, J. (2007)
Visual Exploration of Alternative Taxonomies through Concepts. Ecological Informatics, 2, 248-261. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoinf.2007.07.004
A graphical user interface is presented that allows users of taxonomic data to explore concept relationships between conflicting but related taxonomic classifications.
Visualizing Sets with Linear Diagrams.
Rodgers, P., Stapleton, G., & Chapman, P. (2015)
Visualizing Sets with Linear Diagrams. ACM transactions on computer-human interaction : a publication of the Association for Computing Machinery, 22(6), 1-39. https://doi.org/10.1145/2810012
This paper presents the first design principles that optimize the visualization of sets using linear diagrams.
These principles are justified through empirical studies that ev...