Application of jQuery, d3, backbone and require in data visualization with complex biological data: A Case Study

Advances in the biological research area like genomics and proteomics resulting proliferation of massive complex data. These data are very complex in nature require better understanding, to know about the relationship between these. That's why it may have laid the technological foundation for biological data visualization by using graph theory approach.

To transform these raw data into meaningful representation, is required. This demonstration provides the power and flexibility of modern JavaScript like jQuery, d3, backbone and require libraries to present the best-of-breed data-driven visualizations with a real-world case study.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

A. Acquiring and Cleaning/Processing of Data

B. Visualizing Data with JQuery, d3 and backbone

C. How to handle modules through require

D. Representing Network Data by Graph Theory

E. Network Visualization

F. Q & A

Learning Outcome

At the end of Demonstration, participants will:

  • have strong understanding of complex biological data and visualization techniques,
  • learn about core d3 libraries that enable data visualization,
  • see practical application of creating amazing and informative graph theory based visualizations of complex data, and
  • can use in future for similar or advance kind of work. 

Target Audience

Web Developers, Statisticians, Data Analysts, and Scientist.

schedule Submitted 2 years ago

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  • Naresh Jain
    By Naresh Jain  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi Prabhat,

    The committee discussed this proposal today. We all like the "visualising complex biological data" angle. However we would like to see some examples and code snippets to get confidence in what you can really present. Can you please share them with us?

  • Prabhat Kumar
    By Prabhat Kumar  ~  2 years ago
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    To demonstrate this work, i need high speed internet connection and modern browser and related hardware, if you provide.

    • Naresh Jain
      By Naresh Jain  ~  2 years ago
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      Hi Prabhat, we would expect the speakers to bring their own laptop so its easy for them to show demos and stuff like that. There would be interet connection, but I would sugggest not to rely on it as there are times when it might get chocked. Best to be self-contained.

  • Naresh Jain
    By Naresh Jain  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi Prabhat,

    This looks like an interesting proposal. Can you please point us to video from any past presentation? I did find a github page with code snippets from past talk. 

    • Prabhat Kumar
      By Prabhat Kumar  ~  2 years ago
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      Hi Naresh,

      Sorry for late reply. I was too busy with my office job. From four months, i have not updated any code on github. If you need i will do the same.

      Please let me know further.

      Thanks,

      Prabhat Kumar