Characterizing users’ visual analytic activity for insight provenance

  title={Characterizing users’ visual analytic activity for insight provenance},
  author={David Gotz and Michelle X. Zhou},
  journal={2008 IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology},
Insight provenance - a historical record of the process and rationale by which an insight is derived - is an essential requirement in many visual analytics applications. While work in this area has relied on either manually recorded provenance (e.g., user notes) or automatically recorded event-based insight provenance (e.g., clicks, drags, and key-presses), both approaches have fundamental limitations. Our aim is to develop a new approach that combines the benefits of both approaches while… CONTINUE READING
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