Interactive Visualization of Serial Periodic Data

@inproceedings{Carlis1998InteractiveVO,
  title={Interactive Visualization of Serial Periodic Data},
  author={John V. Carlis and Joseph A. Konstan},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology},
  year={1998}
}
Serial periodic data exhibit both serial and periodic properties. For example, time continues forward serially, but weeks, months, and years are periods that recur. While there are extensive visualization techniques for exploring serial data, and a few for exploring periodic data, no existing technique simultaneously displays serial and periodic attributes of a data set. We introduce a spiral visualization technique, which displays data along a spiral to highlight serial attributes along the… CONTINUE READING
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