Visualizing running races through the multivariate time-series of multiple runners

Guilherme Oliveira, Joao Comba, Rafael Torchelsen, Maristela Padilha, Claudio Silva

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Abstract

The recent widespread of heart rate (HR) monitors is allowing people to measure body response during and after exercise, which produces a collection of time-series on multivariate aspects, such as heartbeat, speed, geolocation, etc. Such monitoring can be extremely important for people with low fitness levels, since they are susceptible to cardiovascular diseases or other physical injuries when exercising at high heartbeat frequencies. Even though most monitors provide tools to export and display this information for each individual, the ability to visualize the collection of multiple runners in a given running race is mostly unexplored. In this work, we present a design study that aims to support analysis and answer several questions raised by an expert on exercise physiology about a given running race. We describe each visualization design and how they individually, or in collaboration, can be used to reveal interesting aspects of the data. We illustrate our results with use cases that provide evaluation and feedback about the visualization designs proposed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings - 2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013
Pages99-106
Number of pages8
DOIs
StatePublished - 2013
Event2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013 - Arequipa, Peru
Duration: Aug 5 2013Aug 8 2013

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Other2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013
CountryPeru
CityArequipa
Period8/5/138/8/13

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Time series
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Physiology
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Monitoring

Keywords

  • Races
  • Time series

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
  • Signal Processing
  • Software

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Oliveira, G., Comba, J., Torchelsen, R., Padilha, M., & Silva, C. (2013). Visualizing running races through the multivariate time-series of multiple runners. In Proceedings - 2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013 (pp. 99-106). [6656174] https://doi.org/10.1109/SIBGRAPI.2013.23

Visualizing running races through the multivariate time-series of multiple runners. / Oliveira, Guilherme; Comba, Joao; Torchelsen, Rafael; Padilha, Maristela; Silva, Claudio.

Proceedings - 2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013. 2013. p. 99-106 6656174.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Oliveira, G, Comba, J, Torchelsen, R, Padilha, M & Silva, C 2013, Visualizing running races through the multivariate time-series of multiple runners. in Proceedings - 2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013., 6656174, pp. 99-106, 2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013, Arequipa, Peru, 8/5/13. https://doi.org/10.1109/SIBGRAPI.2013.23
Oliveira G, Comba J, Torchelsen R, Padilha M, Silva C. Visualizing running races through the multivariate time-series of multiple runners. In Proceedings - 2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013. 2013. p. 99-106. 6656174 https://doi.org/10.1109/SIBGRAPI.2013.23
Oliveira, Guilherme ; Comba, Joao ; Torchelsen, Rafael ; Padilha, Maristela ; Silva, Claudio. / Visualizing running races through the multivariate time-series of multiple runners. Proceedings - 2013 26th Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, SIBGRAPI 2013. 2013. pp. 99-106
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