The Hidden Side of Visualization

@inproceedings{Araya2004TheHS,
  title={The Hidden Side of Visualization},
  author={Agustin A. Araya},
  year={2004}
}
ed from the impediments, in order to make use of them in practice under those limitations that experience will teach us. And it will be of no little utility that materials and their shapes shall be selected which are least subject to impediments from the medium, as are things that are very heavy, and rounded. From an epistemological perspective, Galileo's removal of impediments appears, clearly enough, as a "methodological rule of abstraction which frees him from the necessity of considering… CONTINUE READING

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