Evaluating information visualisations

@inproceedings{Andrews2006EvaluatingIV,
  title={Evaluating information visualisations},
  author={Keith Andrews},
  booktitle={BELIV},
  year={2006}
}
As more experience is being gained with the evaluation of information visualisation interfaces, weaknesses in current evaluation practice are coming to the fore.This position paper presents an overview of currently used evaluation methods, followed by a discussion of my experiences and lessons learned from a series of studies comparing hierarchy browsers. 

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