Information Visualization Perception for Design Second edition

Information Visualization
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann | 2004 | 513 pages | ISBN: 1558608192 | File type: PDF | 37,5 mb

Information visualization, which is the use of interactive visual representations of abstract data to amplify cognition, is the latest of these disciplines. Because of the computer, information diagrams or visualizations can be prepared automatically at time of use, can be made dynamic and interactive, and can be integrated into a larger process of sensemaking and creation. The potential for information visualization is vast. Staggering advances in interactive computer graphics over the last two decades potentially enable building systems that give rapid insight into information-intensive problems in medicine, finance, business, and scholarship. But the design of information visualization systems is also very subtle, and there needs to be a supporting science for how to do it. Visualization - Perception for Design 2nd ed. - C. Ware (Elsevier, 2004) WW.pdf

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