Our development team has been collaborating with NET ESOLUTIONS on an NIH-funded SBIR Phase II project that will result in a major overhaul of the NETE Analyzer/Visualizer, a web-based data visualization tool originally developed in 2012 and used by NIH program officers.
The all-new responsive interface scales effortlessly from desktop to tablet browsing and boasts several new features aimed at optimizing a variety of visualization types for effective communication of the insights inherent in the data.
This project created Geographic, Temporal, Bimodal, and Map of Science visualizations based on existing Sci2 visualizations and conventions. Each vizualization provides different insights into NIH grant, project, and publication data, and provide multiple forms of interaction, allowing users to pan, pinch- or scroll-zoom, and click individual nodes or clusters to gain more detailed information.
NETEAV 1.7.1 was released in October, 2014, and incorporates both back- and front-end changes to the NETEAV system to produce scale-free and responsive visualizations for four visualization types for the full range of data NETEAV provides.