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What storytelling can do for information visualization
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A well-told story conveys great quantities of information in relatively few words in a format that is easily assimilated by the listener or viewer. Expand
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Visualization of an Imperfect World
  • N. Gershon
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
  • 1 July 1998
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In this paper, the author discusses the following issues: sources of imperfection in information; representing the degree of imperfectION; intuitive visual metaphors and cues for representing imperfection; imperfect presentation; and notions of managing imperfection and visualization. Expand
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Effects of Boundary Conditions of Models on Tracer Distribution in Flow through Porous Mediums
Effects of initial and boundary conditions on the distribution of the tracer in time and distance are calculated for several one-dimensional systems (infinite, semi-infinite, and finite) of taggedExpand
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The cytoplasmic matrix: its volume and surface area and the diffusion of molecules through it.
In this work we look into the problem of why proteins, unlike small molecules, diffuse in the cytoplasm much more slowly than in aqueous solutions. In order to examine whether the cytoplasmic matrixExpand
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Visualization of fuzzy data using generalized animation
  • N. Gershon
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings Visualization '92
  • 19 October 1992
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Methods are presented for the visualization of fuzzy data based on the sensitivity of the human visual system to motion and dynamic changes, and the ease of which electronic display devices can change their display. Expand
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FROM PERCEPTION TO VISUALIZATION
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Diffusion of molecules on biological membranes of nonplanar form. A theoretical study.
Lateral mobility of molecules on cell membranes has been recently studied by fluorescence photobleaching recovery (FPR) techniques. The interpretation of these results in terms of diffusion along theExpand
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Visualization's new tack: making sense of information. ieee spectrum, 32(11):38-56
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People constantly deal with nonnumeric information that has no correspondence to actual physical space. Expand
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Information Visualization
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Visuahzat~ons can support a large number of perceptual ~nferences that are very easy for humans [Lark~n & Simon, 1987) Visualizations can enable complex spec~ahzed graphical computations (Hutchins, 1996) Visually organizing data by structural relat~onsh~ps (e g , by t~me). Expand
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Human-Computer Interaction
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Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is a term known since the early 1980s. Expand
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