Takayuki Itoh
The author's laboratory has many joint projects on analysis and visualization of temporal daily life data, such as transactions of credit cards, Web access logs, walking paths at public spaces, and measurements for building management (including population, temperature, and electric power). We often discover interesting behavior from such visualization results, and feel several results demonstrate Japanese specific behavior and mentality. This talk introduces some of our visual analytics results which denote such Japanese specific behavior and mentality. Due to the space limitation, this manuscript just introduces two of the examples, though the talk may introduce more examples.