Visualization of Biomedical Data

@article{ODonoghue2018VisualizationOB,
  title={Visualization of Biomedical Data},
  author={Se{\'a}n I. O’Donoghue and Benedetta Frida Baldi and Susan J. Clark and Aaron E. Darling and James M. Hogan and Sandeep Kaur and Lena Maier-Hein and Davis J. McCarthy and William J. Moore and Esther Stenau and Jason R. Swedlow and Jenny Vuong and James B. Procter},
  journal={Annual Review of Biomedical Data Science},
  year={2018}
}
The rapid increase in volume and complexity of biomedical data requires changes in research, communication, and clinical practices. This includes learning how to effectively integrate automated analysis with high–data density visualizations that clearly express complex phenomena. In this review, we summarize key principles and resources from data visualization research that help address this difficult challenge. We then survey how visualization is being used in a selection of emerging… 

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