Scale Trotter: Illustrative Visual Travels Across Negative Scales

@article{Halladjian2020ScaleTI,
  title={Scale Trotter: Illustrative Visual Travels Across Negative Scales},
  author={Sarkis Halladjian and Haichao Miao and David Kouřil and Eduard Gr{\"o}ller and Ivan Viola and Tobias Isenberg},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2020},
  volume={26},
  pages={654-664}
}
We present ScaleTrotter, a conceptual framework for an interactive, multi-scale visualization of biological mesoscale data and, specifically, genome data. [...] Key Method We use a scale-dependent camera model that controls the visual embedding of the scales into their respective parents, the rendering of a subset of the scale hierarchy, and the location, size, and scope of the view.Expand
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