2014

Handbook of Human Centric Visualization

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-7484-5 (Print) 978-1-4614-7485-2 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

  2. Visual Communication

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-40

      Visualizing Thought

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      Pages 41-61

      Gryphon: A ‘Little’ Domain-Specific Programming Language for Diffusion MRI Visualizations

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      Pages 63-89

      Viewing Abstract Data as Maps

  3. Theory and Science

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 91-91

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      Pages 93-113

      Individual Differences and Translational Science in the Design of Human-Centered Visualizations

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      Pages 115-145

      Evaluating Visualization Environments: Cognitive, Social, and Cultural Perspectives

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      Pages 147-175

      On the Prospects for a Science of Visualization

  4. Principles, Guidelines and Recommendations

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 177-177

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      Pages 179-201

      Toward a Better Understanding and Application of the Principles of Visual Communication

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      Pages 203-225

      Pep Up Your Time Machine: Recommendations for the Design of Information Visualizations of Time-Dependent Data

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      Pages 227-249

      Using Textbook Illustrations to Extract Design Principles for Algorithm Visualizations

  5. Methods

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 251-251

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      Pages 253-283

      Conceptual Design for Sensemaking

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      Pages 285-313

      An Introduction and Guide to Evaluation of Visualization Techniques Through User Studies

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      Pages 315-336

      User-Centered Evaluation of Information Visualization Techniques: Making the HCI-InfoVis Connection Explicit

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      Pages 337-372

      Eye Tracking on Visualizations: Progressive Extraction of Scanning Strategies

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      Pages 373-390

      Evaluating Overall Quality of Graph Visualizations Indirectly and Directly

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      Pages 391-409

      Visual Analysis of Eye Tracking Data

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      Pages 411-426

      User Studies in Visualization: A Reflection on Methods

  6. Perception and Cognition

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 427-427

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      Pages 429-451

      On the Benefits and Drawbacks of Radial Diagrams

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      Pages 453-471

      Measuring Memories for Objects and Their Locations in Immersive Virtual Environments: The Subjective Component of Memorial Experience

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      Pages 473-511

      Human-Centric Chronographics: Making Historical Time Memorable

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      Pages 513-525

      Visualizing Multiple Levels and Dimensions of Social Network Properties

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