Organic Visualization of Document Evolution

@article{PrezMessina2018OrganicVO,
  title={Organic Visualization of Document Evolution},
  author={Ignacio P{\'e}rez-Messina and Claudio Guti{\'e}rrez and Eduardo Graells-Garrido},
  journal={23rd International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces},
  year={2018}
}
Recent availability of data about writing processes at keystroke-granularity has enabled research on the evolution of document writing. A natural task is to develop systems that can actually show this data, that is, user interfaces that transform the data of the process of writing --today a black box-- into intelligible forms. On this line, we propose a data structure that captures a document's fine-grained history and an organic visualization that serves as an interface to it. We evaluate a… Expand
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