[Condition of the book: good] This collection of classic and ground-breaking papers explores the issues  in information visualization--thought versus perception, mental process versus graphic representation. In Readings in Information Visualization: Using Vision to Think, visualization is defined as "the use of computer-supported, interactive, visual representations of data to amplify cognition."
The papers are organized into the categories of "Space," "Interaction," "Focus + Context," "Data Mapping: Document Visualization," "Infosphere, Workspace, Tools, and Objects," and "Using Vision to Think."

[Pre-owned] Readings in Information Visualization: Using vision to think

SKU: CLP017
$20.00Price
  • ISBN

    1558605339
  • Authors

    Stuart Card
  • Extent

    686
  • Format

    Paperback
  • Year

    1999
  • Publisher

    Morgan Kaufmann

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