AVS/Express 8.1 now available

AVS/Express is a comprehensive and versatile data visualization tool for both non-programmers and experienced developers. Rapid data analysis and rich visualization techniques combined with an intuitive, graphical application development environment make AVS/Express the best choice for challenging problems in a vast range of fields including science, engineering, medicine, telecommunications and environmental research. For information and trial download links please contact info@avs.com.   What’s New in AVS/Express 8.1 Platform updates Support… 

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Data visualization with AVS/Express

AVS Express Data Visualization

With point sprites you can place a 2D textured image anywhere onscreen by drawing a single 3D point.  Perhaps the most common application of point sprites is for particle systems. A large number of particles moving onscreen can be represented as points to produce a number of visual effects.   Click here to visit the AVS/Express homepage.  

AVS user Meeting and data visualization workshop

Visualization Workshop Overview The aim of the workshop is to enable users to visualize their data and to gain insight from their large and complex data sets. The workshop is for new users to get quickly up to speed with the visualization tool AVS/Express and for experienced users to refresh their knowledge on the numerous visualization options available. Participants can bring their own data for visualization and discuss their visualization… 

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Schrödinger adds Data Visualization from Advanced Visual Systems to Seurat Enterprise Informatics Application

Data visualization techniques from AVS integrated with Schrödinger’s proprietary Seurat software to empower all members of a discovery team to accelerate research and development efforts Data visualization software innovator Advanced Visual Systems announced today that Schrödinger, a scientific leader in computational drug design software for pharmaceutical and biotechnology research, has selected AVS data visualization technology to add interactive graphics to Schrödinger’s proprietary software Seurat. See full press release here.