Storylines: Visual exploration and analysis in latent semantic spaces

@article{Zhu2007StorylinesVE,
  title={Storylines: Visual exploration and analysis in latent semantic spaces},
  author={Weizhong Zhu and Chaomei Chen},
  journal={Computers & Graphics},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={338-349}
}
Tasks in visual analytics differ from typical information retrieval tasks in fundamental ways. A critical part of a visual analytics is to ask the right questions when dealing with a diverse collection of information. In this article, we introduce the design and application of an integrated exploratory visualization system called Storylines. Storylines provides a framework to enable analysts visually and systematically explore and study a body of unstructured text without prior knowledge of its… CONTINUE READING

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