FinVis: Applied visual analytics for personal financial planning

@article{Rudolph2009FinVisAV,
  title={FinVis: Applied visual analytics for personal financial planning},
  author={Stephen Rudolph and Anya Samak and David S. Ebert},
  journal={2009 IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology},
  year={2009},
  pages={195-202}
}
FinVis is a visual analytics tool that allows the non-expert casual user to interpret the return, risk and correlation aspects of financial data and make personal finance decisions. This interactive exploratory tool helps the casual decision-maker quickly choose between various financial portfolio options and view possible outcomes. FinVis allows for exploration of inter-temporal data to analyze outcomes of short-term or long-term investment decisions. FinVis helps the user overcome cognitive… CONTINUE READING
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