A visual analytics agenda

@article{Thomas2006AVA,
  title={A visual analytics agenda},
  author={James J. Thomas and Kristin A. Cook},
  journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
  year={2006},
  volume={26},
  pages={10-13}
}
Researchers have made significant progress in disciplines such as scientific and information visualization, statistically based exploratory and confirmatory analysis, data and knowledge representations, and perceptual and cognitive sciences. Although some research is being done in this area, the pace at which new technologies and technical talents are becoming available is far too slow to meet the urgent need. National Visualization and Analytics Center's goal is to advance the state of the… Expand
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Illuminating the Path: The Research and Development Agenda for Visual Analytics
This is the book form of the Research and Development Agenda for Visual Analytics to be published by IEEE in 2005.
Contact the authors at [kris.cook, jim.thomas] @pnl.gov
  • Contact the authors at [kris.cook, jim.thomas] @pnl.gov