Patent Title : Multidimensional HALO-based Visualization System¹. Number : 10,008,013. Year : June 26, 2018. Type : GrantAssignee : ORA Inc. Inventor : Peter Crnokrak. Abstract : The invention relates to data visualization using multiple dimensions. For example, the methods and associated systems described herein enable visualizing and interacting with data that is structured in time and space. Such a structure enables a user to intuitively and efficiently interact with and perceive relationships in the data, such as intrinsic correlations between different categories of data, such as health-related data. These features are unavailable in conventional representations for data, such as a corresponding series of two-dimensional graphs or bar charts. While the HALO representation described here is a novel and unusual approach for data visualization, the generally circular shape can facilitate intuitive understanding through the use of visual metaphors such as successive rings indicating the passage of time like tree rings, or a pulsing halo mimicking a beating heart. Additionally, the HALO-based visualization and analysis of data as described here can identify natural thresholds in the complex data sets that, in the case of human health data, can improve diagnostics by professionals. Systems, methods, and machine readable media for visualizing complex data, including real-time data streams from wearable device sensors, may use a HALO-based representation. HALOs are comprised of multiple rings that can be used to efficiently convey, for example, information about the status of a subject, such as a subject’s heart rate, activity level, and calories burned at particular times throughout a day. Patent Title : Multidimensional Data Management and Visualization System². Application No. : 62/815,529. Filed : August 7, 2023. Type : U.S. Provisional Patent Application. Assignee : ORA Inc. Inventors : Peter Crnokrak, Stephen Marshall. Abstract : Large data sets can be difficult to manage and interact with because of limitations inherent in traditional data management systems. For example, traditional databases typically do not provide interfaces for visualizing relationships between different records, much less visualizing relationships between large numbers of different records, and provide cumbersome and non-intuitive approaches for storing structured data. There is a need for systems to handle large, structured datasets that also enable visualization of relationships between the data and intuitive approaches for representing and accessing structured data within data management systems.The invention relates to data management and visualization using multiple dimensions. For example, the systems and associated methods described herein permit reading and interacting with data that is structured in time and space. Such a structure enables a user to intuitively and efficiently interact with and perceive relationships in the data. These features are unavailable in conventional representations for data, such as two-dimensional graphs in a web page for conveying information.