Preserving the mental map in interactive graph interfaces

@inproceedings{Freire2006PreservingTM,
  title={Preserving the mental map in interactive graph interfaces},
  author={Manuel Freire and Pilar Rodr{\'i}guez Mar{\'i}n},
  booktitle={AVI '06},
  year={2006}
}
Graphs provide good representations for many domains. Interactive graph-based interfaces are desireable to browse and edit data for these domains. However, as graphs increase in size, interactive interfaces risk information overload and low responsiveness. Focus+context approaches overcome these problems by presenting abridged views of the graph. Users can then navigate among views with a level-of-detail mechanism. If jumps from each view to the next are easy to follow, users will gain a good… CONTINUE READING

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