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An adaptive crowdsourced investigation of word abbreviation techniques for text visualizations

@inproceedings{Shimabukuro2017AnAC,
  title={An adaptive crowdsourced investigation of word abbreviation techniques for text visualizations},
  author={Mariana Shimabukuro},
  year={2017}
}
A known problem in information visualization labeling is when the text is too long to fit in the label space. There are some common known techniques used in order to solve this problem like setting a very small font size. On the other hand, sometimes the font size is so small that the text can be difficult to read. Wrapping sentences, dropping letters and text truncation can also be used. However, there is no research on how these techniques affect the legibility and readability of the… 
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