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Call for CRC Press Book Chapter 2020 : Big Data Visualization: Recent Development and Challenges

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Link: https://forms.gle/677UW5JiemjHG9xv9
 
When Oct 1, 2019 - Jun 30, 2020
Where United Kingdom
Submission Deadline Dec 31, 2019
Notification Due Jan 15, 2020
Final Version Due Apr 30, 2020
Categories    big data   visualization   business applications   theory and practice
 

Call For Papers

Please complete Expression of Interest form by 31 December 2019

As the editors of the book on “Big Data Visualization: Recent Development and Challenges” we are seeking contributions from researchers, practitioners and developers and would like to invite you to contribute a chapter to this book. This book is scheduled for publication in December 2020 by CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

Big Data is a major source of change in today’s world. It is without doubt a source of immense economic and social value with the potential to impact individuals, organizations, and society alike in ways that are yet to be fully explored.

Analysts and data scientists can use data visualizations to make their information more presentable to managers and decision makers. Also, the traditional visualization metaphors using graphs, charts and spreadsheets are useful for illustrating homogeneous data in static dashboards, but when it comes to big data there are many challenges to increase the intuitiveness, performance and usefulness of the visualization in a dynamic environment. This book aims to provide the state-of-the-art on Visualizing Big Data for various stakeholders in a variety of contexts and business environment.

The book chapters will aim to cover contemporary applications in a myriad of sectors such as finance, health care, transportation, education, hospitality, marketing, and retail, which would identify new ways of visualizing vast and heterogeneous content, benefiting society, industry, academia, and government organizations. Additionally, theoretical contributions outlining drivers, challenges, evaluation procedures and novel visualization techniques, will be included in the book, to help demonstrate the value of sense giving mechanisms in the data-driven decision-making contexts. The key themes will include but not limited to visualization software, visualization applications, taxonomy and ontology, dynamic visualizations, and information graphics.

Your contributions will help to increase the visibility of the recent developments and applications of visualization to the business and management students, researchers and industry practitioners, where sense-giving side of things in the analytics framework is often overlooked and yet to be considered an integral part of the process.

Contributions are also welcome from developer from their blogs and online contribution.

We welcome you to submit your contributions in the area of visualization/visual analytics to our book.
This will require.
1. Complete the expression of interest form by 31 December 2019
https://forms.gle/677UW5JiemjHG9xv9[link above]
2. If accepted, Submitting a brief write-up – 2000-3000 words by April 30 April 2020
2. Write-up should include figures as well
3. If making a practical contribution [software-based], we will include your proposed visualization in our book website [creative commons license]

Please email contributions/ queries to.
Editor: Professor Ali Emrouznejad, A.Emrouznejad@aston.ac.uk. Professor Business Analytics, Operations and Information Management department, Aston Business School, Aston University
Co-editor: Dr. Soumyadeb Chowdhury, S.chowdhury5@aston.ac.uk, Lecturer Information and Communication Technology, Operations and Information Management department, Aston Business School, Aston University

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