Graham Wills

Graham has a Ph.D. from Trinity College Dublin in Statistics and worked at AT&T Bell Labs (later Lucent) as a researcher into visualization and statistics. He joined SPSS in 2001 , which was later acquired by IBM. He has given seminars and talks at vis, stats, comp.sci and graph drawing conferences. He has written many peer-reviewed articles, a monograph titled “Visualizing Time” and currently is associate editor for two international visualization journals. Graham acts mostly in straight dramatic roles with local amateur drama groups, primarily Community Players. He has directed a number of plays and musicals, and has written a small cast version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

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Twelve ways to color a map of Africa using Brunel

Brunel Visualization now has thoroughly re-worked code to provide improved options for mapping data to color, and these sample maps show those improvements in action....

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