Adjustable properties of visual representations: Improving the quality of human‐information interaction

@article{Parsons2014AdjustablePO,
  title={Adjustable properties of visual representations: Improving the quality of human‐information interaction},
  author={P. Parsons and K. Sedig},
  journal={Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={65}
}
  • P. Parsons, K. Sedig
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology
Complex cognitive activities, such as analytical reasoning, problem solving, and sense making, are often performed through the mediation of interactive computational tools. Examples include visual analytics, decision support, and educational tools. Through interaction with visual representations of information at the visual interface of these tools, a joint, coordinated cognitive system is formed. This partnership results in a number of relational properties—those depending on both humans and… Expand
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