Up to date and easy to use, emphasising real-world examples and applications of computer-generated and interactive visualization.
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Design for Interaction
“Spence has completely reorganized the material, creating a significant revision that hinges on the three main concepts of representation, presentation, and interaction. […] He writes with clarity and insight, carefully explaining the important ideas of the field as well as their significance.”
~ From the Foreword by John Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology
One of the greatest challenges of our time is to make sense of the overwhelming amount of information all around us. The concepts and techniques of Information Visualization (IV) help us to understand this deluge of data.
The second edition of Information Visualization has been completely restructured to focus on core concepts and novel technologies that allow us to interact with information in new and exciting ways.
Highlights of the Second Edition include
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About the Author
Robert Spence is Professor of Information Engineering at Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in London. He is widely recognized to be one of the pioneers of IV, and has taught the subject world-wide to both students and professionals.
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Book Description Pearson Education (US), United States, 2007. Mixed media product. Book Condition: New. 2nd Revised edition. 249 x 183 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Fully revised textbook on the rapidly growing field of Information Visualization. Its emphasis is on real-world examples and applications of computer-generated and interactive visualization. Information visualization deals with representing concepts and data in a meaningful way. Depending on the medium used, information can be visualized in either static (e.g. a graph on a printed page) or dynamic forms. This book is appropriate for courses in information visualization, human-computer interaction, interaction design, and computer graphics. Bookseller Inventory # BZV9780132065504
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Book Description Pearson, 2007. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Information Visualization by Robert SpenceTable of ContentsDedicationAbout the authorOther books by the authorPrefaceAcknowledgementsChapter 1 What is Visualization?VisualizationComputational supportThe Human UserThe value of Information Visualization Fraud; silicon chips; pharmaceuticalsQuestions of TaxonomyIssuesReferencesExercisesChapter 2 The IssuesThe taskNature of the problemThe dataTable presentationBargramsInteractive object selectionOverviewMultiple attributesDetailSignificant objectsInteractive attribute selectionSpace limitationsFilteringTaking stockNavigational guidanceMovement in information spacePerception and interpretationSummaryReferencesExercisesChapter 3 RepresentationData typesData complexityPerception and Cognition3.1 Encoding of valueUnivariate data A single number; a collection of numbersBivariate dataTrivariate data Scatterplot matrix Preattentive processing- things that 'pop out '; choice of encodingHypervariate dataCoordinate plotsScatterplot matrixLinked histogramsMosaic plotsIconsObject and Attribute Visibility3.2 Encoding of relationLines Maps and diagramsVenn diagramsInfoCrystalCluster Maps Tree representations Cone tree Tree maps Hyperbolic browser3.3 Support for designReferences ExercisesChapter 4 PresentationA problemThe presentation issue4.1 Space limitationsScrollingOverview plus detailDistortionApplicationGeneralizationSuppressionCombined distortion and suppressionHistorical noteZoom and Pan4.2 Time limitationsRapid Serial Visual PresentationBriefly glimpsed imagesSpace and Time resourcesEye gazePresentation modesManual controlModels of human visual performanceInteraction designReferencesExercisesChapter 5 InteractionScenariosSpaces, interactions and balance of controlThis chapter5.1 Interaction Framework5.2 Continuous interactionDynamically-triggered 'pop-out '5.3 Stepped interactionDiscrete information spacesStages of actionNavigationSensitivityResidueScentWhere am I?Path breadcrumbs; Location breadcrumbsGuidance for design5.4 Passive interactionStatic displayBrowsingMoving displays5.5 Composite interactionInfluences The prosection5.6 Interaction dynamicsMental modelsBlindnessChange blindness; Inattentional blindness; Design to counteract blindnessVisual momentum5.7 Design for interactionReferencesExercisesChapter 6 Case studiesDesignThe case studies6.1 Small interactive calendarsPlanning your timeDesign philosophyBackgroundCalendar viewsInteractive controlSearchUsability studyObservationsSatisfaction and preferenceUsability6.2 Selecting one from manyThe problemThe taskExisting solutionsBargramsAffordancesEZChooserSensitivityRelated workEvaluationComment6.3 Web browsing through a keyholeThe problemA solutionThe RSVP BrowserSystem designEvaluationDiscussionComment6.4 Communication analysisCommand and ControlSystem requirementsThe MIND toolExploratory analysisScenarioConclusion6.5 Archival galaxiesLarge collections of documentsBackground and requirementsEarlier workDesign decisionsInteraction and searchLayoutEvaluationExercisesGlossaryVideo Clips. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0132065509