Building a perceptual visualisation architecture

@inproceedings{Healey1998BuildingAP,
  title={Building a perceptual visualisation architecture},
  author={Christopher G. Healey},
  year={1998}
}
Scientific datasets are often difficult to analyse or visualise, due to their large size and high dimensionality. We propose a multistep approach to address this problem. We begin by using data management techniques to identify areas of interest within the dataset. This allows us to reduce a dataset’s size and dimensionality, and to estimate missing values or correct erroneous entries. We display the results using visualisation techniques based on perceptual rules. Our visualisation tools are… CONTINUE READING
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