Designing for Spacecraft Operations

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April 27, 2016
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Designing for Spacecraft Operations

OpenVisConf, April 2016

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April 27, 2016
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  1. Designing Visualizations for Spacecraft Operations Rachel Binx, OpenVisConf 2016

  2. hi, I’m Rachel Binx

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  4. datavis for ✨space robots ✨

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  6. ElasticSearch + d3.js = ?????

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  9. generic iceberg analogy

  10. filter data zoom x axis adjust y extent single point

    value compare two points chanel stacking enumerated channels enumerated channel filtering line interpolation method exporting graphs to a library number of points in time period autocomplete on channel lookup overlaying EVRs on the graph d3.svg.line()
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  17. what we talk about when we talk about “visualization”

  18. design art

  19. design art design solves problems art creates problems

  20. design art

  21. design art data visualization

  22. design art data visualization

  23. design art data art

  24. design art data visualization

  25. data visualization is not your creative outlet

  26. data visualization is making data understandable

  27. Rachel, What if you just didn’t try hard enough?

  28. user-centered design

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  30. user research affinity diagrams needs validation paper prototypes user testing

  31. a tale of two features

  32. Telemetry 101 Seeing Like A Spacecraft

  33. 1) EHAs temperature of a component over time 2) EVRs

    sequence 0023 completed successfully 3) Data Products “everything else”
  34. 1) EHAs — stream of numbers temperature of a component

    over time 2) EVRs sequence 0023 completed successfully 3) Data Products “everything else”
  35. 1) EHAs — stream of numbers temperature of a component

    over time 2) EVRs — print statement sequence 0023 completed successfully 3) Data Products “everything else”
  36. 1) EHAs — stream of numbers temperature of a component

    over time 2) EVRs — print statement sequence 0023 completed successfully 3) Data Products everything else
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  38. EHAs: Numbers EVRs: Words

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  45. Case Study #1 “the gumball”

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  53. Case Study #2 “event records”

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  59. lessons learned

  60. know thy user

  61. visualization literacy takes time

  62. intuitive > shiny

  63. Thank you! Rachel Binx @rachelbinx