MS Ignite Conference 2016 Sessions in Visio

I presented a Visio-based visualizer of personal schedule session locations in my last post ( Visio Sessions at MS Ignite Conference 2016 ), and in this one I present a visualization of the location of all of the sessions. Again, a Visio document download is provided that contains some macros to set the time slicer. The Visio user can set the day and time to view, and all of the sessions in each zone, that are on at that time, will be made visible. Sessions that are just finished will fade from view, and the next sessions will fade into view. All other sessions will be invisible. The Section view shows how many sessions are running in each zone at the selected time.


I will explain more about how it was created during my session ( see Dive deep into advanced visualization with Visio ), or come and ask me on the Visio stand.

The document can be downloaded from MS Ignite Sessions.vsdm


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