A five-star rating scheme to assess application seamlessness

@article{Lebo2017AFR,
  title={A five-star rating scheme to assess application seamlessness},
  author={Timothy Lebo and Nicholas R. Del Rio and Patrick Fisher and Chad F. Salisbury},
  journal={Semantic Web},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={43-63}
}
Visual analytics is a costly endeavor in which analysts must coordinate the execution of incompatible visualization tools to derive coherent presentations from complex information. Distributed environments such as the Web pose additional costs since analysts must also establish logical connections among shared results, decode unfamiliar data formats, and engage with broader sets of tools that support the heterogeneity of different information sources. These ancillary activities are often… 

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