Design Perspectives in Visualising Complex Information

  title={Design Perspectives in Visualising Complex Information},
  author={Matthew Chalmers},
We use an increasing number and variety of systems to present information. Many of the early visualisation systems concentrated on scientific information where dimensions were low in number, objective and orthogonal e.g. in visualising fluid flow over a turbine, or population density over a nation. Recently, however, more complex information has been the subject of spatial models, for example databases of documents, patterns of economic and financial data, and design spaces for electronic… CONTINUE READING
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