Informing design of visual analytics systems for intelligence analysis: understanding users, user tasks, and tool usage

@inproceedings{Stasko2012InformingDO,
  title={Informing design of visual analytics systems for intelligence analysis: understanding users, user tasks, and tool usage},
  author={John T. Stasko and Youn ah Kang},
  year={2012}
}
Visual analytics, defined as “the science of analytical reasoning facilitated by interactive visual interfaces,” emerged several years ago as a new research field. While it has seen rapid growth for its first five years of existence, the main focus of visual analytics research has been on developing new techniques and systems rather than identifying how people conduct analysis and how visual analytics tools can help the process and the product of sensemaking. The intelligence analysis community… CONTINUE READING

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