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Visualization Theory: Putting the Pieces Together

@inproceedings{Ziemkiewicz2010VisualizationTP,
  title={Visualization Theory: Putting the Pieces Together},
  author={Caroline Ziemkiewicz and Peter Kinnaird and Robert Kosara and Jock D. Mackinlay and Bernice E. Rogowitz},
  year={2010}
}
Theory is an increasingly hot topic in visualization, expanding from its traditional origins in low-level perception and statistics to an ever-broader array of fields and subfields. Modern visualization theory includes color theory, visual cognition, visual grammars, interaction theory, visual analytics, information theory, and a growing but so far vaguely defined area of theory specific to visualization itself. In this panel, we bring together researchers who are studying visualization theory… 
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