ComVis is a Coordinated Multiple Views system that serves to explore the possibilities of interactive visual analysis of complex data. So far ComVis has been successfully applied for the interactive visual analysis of data from automotive simulation, geology as well as patient data, trajectories of animals and humans, birdsong, bus lanes and much more.
ComVis is a coordinated multiple views systems developed at VRVis. Its primary purpose is research on interactive visual analysis of complex data. It is a Windows desktop application which can be easily connected to Python modules for various computations, The ComVis itself is completely written in C++ using OpenGL, QT, and a plug-in architecture. It supports multiple composite brushing and simultaneous exploration of multiple data sets.
Besides conventional data model where attributes of data records can be numerical or categorical values, ComVis supports curves, surfaces, sets, trajectories, events, and trajectories with events as atomic attributes. This innovative approach makes it possible to deal with a wide variety of data.
Up to now we have successfully analyzed data from automotive simulation, geology, patients’ data, animal and people trajectories, bird songs, buses’ tracks, and many more. A very positive feedback from numerous experts form many domains, as well as many related published papers indicate the usefulness of ComVis in many different setups.
Licensing information for research purposes, as well as information on collaboration on common research projects based on ComVis are available on request.