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Introducing Uncharted's Argument Mapper

Reasoned assessment, analysis, and decision making

David Sheffield, Michael Crouch
April 25, 2019

Intelligence analysts, criminal investigators and legal practitioners frequently face complex cases with large volumes of ambiguous, uncertain, contradictory or inconclusive evidence. They must rapidly analyze the evidence, assess the situation and recommend options with clear justification to decision makers. Moreover, inherent human cognitive biases, such as neglect of probability, confirmation bias and recency bias further complicate objective analysis.

DARPA's 60th Anniversary

Uncharted finds a place of honor in DARPA's storied history

Michael Crouch
April 1, 2019

Uncharted congratulates DARPA on its recent 60th anniversary. For nearly 20 years, we have worked with leading minds on “DARPA-hard” technology challenges. This immense privilege has afforded us the opportunity to apply thought, design, and implementation leadership in the data-driven art and science of visual analytics to new breakthroughs in human empowerment.

Graph Mapping Featured in Leading InfoVis Research Journal

Novel interactive visualization technique for massive graph data reveals hierarchical community structures and entity relationships in large-scale networks

Michael Crouch
August 24, 2017

An Uncharted research product for the visual analysis of massive graph data is featured in the pages and on the cover of the latest issue of Information Visualization, a leading peer-reviewed journal on the study and application of information visualization.

Virtual Reality Taxi Trips in NYC

Interactive 3D Visualization of High-Density Plots

Richard Brath, Luke Corrigall
October 18, 2016

What if you could move freely through Manhattan and watch every licensed taxi pick up and drop off every one of its passengers at the same time? What movement patterns would you see? That’s what we aimed to find out by extending our Salt library to plot high-density New York City traffic data in three dimensions.

TorFlow

Data Flow in the Tor Network

Chris Dickson and Kevin Birk
January 17, 2016

The Tor project is an open network for anonymous communication over the internet. Tor routes users’ internet traffic through a series of volunteer-run relay nodes to conceal its origin and destination from potential surveillance or censorship. While Tor is built for anonymity, the structure of the network and locations of many of the relay nodes is open.