Comparative Eye Tracking Study on Node-Link Visualizations of Trajectories

@article{Netzel2014ComparativeET,
  title={Comparative Eye Tracking Study on Node-Link Visualizations of Trajectories},
  author={Rudolf Netzel and Michael Burch and Daniel Weiskopf},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2014},
  volume={20},
  pages={2221-2230}
}
We present the results of an eye tracking study that compares different visualization methods for long, dense, complex, and piecewise linear spatial trajectories. Typical sources of such data are from temporally discrete measurements of the positions of moving objects, for example, recorded GPS tracks of animals in movement ecology. In the repeated-measures within-subjects user study, four variants of node-link visualization techniques are compared, with the following representations of… CONTINUE READING
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