Exploring Information Visualization Use Patterns in Casual Contexts Ii Exploring Information Visualization Use Patterns in Casual Contexts

@inproceedings{Sprague2011ExploringIV,
  title={Exploring Information Visualization Use Patterns in Casual Contexts Ii Exploring Information Visualization Use Patterns in Casual Contexts},
  author={David W. Sprague},
  year={2011}
}
This dissertation describes a series of studies conducted to explore why people use information visualizations during their non-work time (casual InfoVis) and which factors are critical for visualization adoption and long duration use. I also model typical casual InfoVis usage patterns and provide a framework for future hypothesis testing. Each study explored a different facet of casual InfoVis research and each built on lessons from the previous studies. The first study explored the… CONTINUE READING
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