We offer visualization services at a variety of locations across campus. Please feel free to contact any of them and we can refer to you to the correct person for your data visualization work.
Stephen S. Clark Library for Maps, Government Information and Data Services
The Clark Library offers a variety of services supporting data visualizaiton and mapping. We have a large collection of maps, government information and spatial and numeric data services along with numerous experts in mapping, data visualization, finding data and manipulating diverse types of data. We offer open workshops, in course instruction and individual consultations.
The Clark Library also hosts the Digital Project Studio, which provides tutorials and support for visualization work. Tutorials and additional information can be found on the Digital Project Studio's blog.
You can also contact the visualization librarian, Justin Joque, for more information at email@example.com.
Digital Media Commons
The DMC includes the UM3D Lab, Design Labs, and Audio/Video Studios. You can take a wide range of data and display it in a visually rich source that allows for easier exploration and discovery in research, education, and creative activities. The DMC has a StereoWall, a tile display, a 3-D immersive space (MIDEN), and more for dynamic 3-D data visualization.
The DMC includes the UM3D Lab, Design Labs, and Audio/Video Studios. Whether you want to learn methods for showcasing your data in visually rich sources, or need some additional help on your next project, the DMC offers access to high-end tools and expertise for easier exploration and discovery in research, education, and creative activities. We have high-end displays (VR Displays, Stereoscopic Walls, etc.), fast connections, and a large collection of software to help with your visualization needs.
For more information, visit the DMC website.
Taubman Health Sciences Library
The Taubman Health Sciences Library can help with your health-related data visualization needs. We can connect you to the right people, help you access the appropriate health data, direct you to the right resources, and provide instruction for certain resources. For example, Marci Brandenburg, the Bioinformationist, is extremely knowledgeable in using Cytoscape, an open source network visualization software, to visualize interactions between genes, proteins, and/or compounds.
THL is home to an Anatomage Table, an anatomy visualization system that is terrific for anatomy education. It includes an all-in-one touch-interactive display system that includes true human anatomy in a life-size scale. This table is available for public use and can be reserved. For more information, please visit THL’s Anatomage webpage.
For more information, please contact Marci Brandenburg at firstname.lastname@example.org.