Information Visualization: Design for Interaction

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Computers - 282 pages
"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."--Publisher's website.

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User Review  - gottfried_leibniz - LibraryThing

Imagine you are in the railway station, The Book is laid out as the map to get to your final destination. Quite an amusing use of visualization. The Book is only Seven Chapters. I had to read this for ... Read full review

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User Review  - all4metals - LibraryThing

This was an interesting book. It doesn't really give you much help on actually deciding how to visualize a set of data, but it does discuss how information is displayed. It seems to be more of an IT book. Read full review

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