Scope and challenges of visual analytics: A survey

  title={Scope and challenges of visual analytics: A survey},
  author={Chitvan Mehrotra and Nayan Chitransh and Ajay Shanker Singh},
  journal={2017 International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation (ICCCA)},
Visual analytics is a newly emerging field. It is progressing at a high pace around the world. There are a lot of domains and areas where this field has shown the presence in the last decade. It has improved business and has helped technology grow in a better way. So here in this paper we would highlight the application areas of visual analytics. Although the growth is rapid but still many of the challenges still remain in visual analytics where more research is required so that visual… Expand

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