Indented Tree or Graph? A Usability Study of Ontology Visualization Techniques in the Context of Class Mapping Evaluation

@inproceedings{Fu2013IndentedTO,
  title={Indented Tree or Graph? A Usability Study of Ontology Visualization Techniques in the Context of Class Mapping Evaluation},
  author={Bo Fu and Natalya Fridman Noy and Margaret-Anne D. Storey},
  booktitle={International Semantic Web Conference},
  year={2013}
}
Research effort in ontology visualization has largely focused on developing new visualization techniques. At the same time, researchers have paid less attention to investigating the usability of common visualization techniques that many practitioners regularly use to visualize ontological data. In this paper, we focus on two popular ontology visualization techniques: indented tree and graph. We conduct a controlled usability study with an emphasis on the effectiveness, efficiency, workload and… CONTINUE READING
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