Jon Hurst



Jon Hurst, Juergen Symanzik, and Lacey Gunter (2003), Interactive Federal Statistical Data on the Web Using "nViZn", Computing Science and Statistics, 35, I2003Proceedings/HurstJon/HurstJon.paper.pdf

Jon Hurst, Juergen Symanzik, and Lacey Gunter (2003), Interactive Federal Statistical Data on the Web Using "nViZn", Computing Science and Statistics, 35, I2003Proceedings/HurstJon/HurstJon.presentation.pdf ,
I2003Proceedings/HurstJon/HurstJon.presentation.ppt



Interactive Federal Statistical Data on the Web Using "nViZn"
Jon Hurst, (Utah State University), jon@jonathan.hurst.name, and
Juergen Symanzik, (Utah State University), symanzik@sunfs.math.usu.edu

Abstract

Online applications are an attractive solution for providing quick access to geographically referenced federal data sets. In the past, available software was not ideally suited for interactive, statistical graphics applications on the Web. "nViZn" (read envision) is a Java-based software development kit for statistical graphics. Building on the "nViZn" libraries, we developed software for the interactive display of federal air quality data. This software allows users to display, sort, and compare multiple tables and micromaps. Having produced this display framework we conclude that "nViZn" based applications are a good solution for interactive statistical graphics on the Internet.


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