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Readings in information visualization : using vision to think /
written and edited by Stuart K. Card, Jock D. Mackinlay, Ben Shneiderman.
imprint
San Francisco, Calif. : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c1999.
description
xvii, 686 p. : ill.
ISBN
1558605339
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imprint
San Francisco, Calif. : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c1999.
isbn
1558605339
catalogue key
2274797
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 645-670) and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
This groundbreaking book defines the emerging field of information visualization and offers the first-ever collection of the classic papers of the discipline, with introductions and analytical discussions of each topic and paper. The authors' intention is to present papers that focus on the use of visualization to discover relationships, using interactive graphics to amplify thought. This book is intended for research professionals in academia and industry; new graduate students and professors who want to begin work in this burgeoning field; professionals involved in financial data analysis, statistics, and information design; scientific data managers; and professionals involved in medical, bioinformatics, and other areas. * Full-color reproduction throughout * Author power team - an exciting and timely collaboration between the field's pioneering, most-respected names * The only book on Information Visualization with the depth necessary for use as a text or as a reference for the information professional * Text includes the classic source papers as well as a collection of cutting edge work
Table of Contents
Information Visualization
Space
Interaction
Focus + Context
Data Mapping: Text
Higher-Level Visualization
Using Vision to Think
Applications and Innovations
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
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