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Publication M. J. Eppler [2013]: What is an Effective Knowledge Visualization? Insights from a Review of Seminal Concepts doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-4303-1_1
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Space carries meaning (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 5 «It has to be visual in the sense that the knowledge mapped in the image is spatially positioned within the diagram…»
Visuailzations clarify common ground (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 9 «Images act as signposts to what should be discussed and in what order.»
Visualizations aid in communication / presentation (+-) Ambivalent One or more sentences p. 5 «It has to be communicable in the sense that the image can be communicated to others… (this is, for example, a common problem with the use of mind maps).»
Visualizations allow flexible notation (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 8 «…a normative definition of a KV [knowledge visualization] should amount to, namely a communicable image, consisting of various visual notations, that is interactively annotated in a playful yer systematic manner and leads to new discoveries while remaining flexible to incorporate future revisions and insights.»
Visualizations are forgiving (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 5 «…the visualization has to be revisable or flexible, so as to be able to react to changing insights in a group over the course of time.»
Visualizations are objects to reference (can be pointed to) (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 10 «Have you incorporated ways in which certain states of a collaboratively drawn visualization can be captured and 'frozen' for later reference?»
Visualizations are open for interaction (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 8 «…a normative definition of a KV [knowledge visualization] should amount to, namely a communicable image, consisting of various visual notations, that is interactively annotated in a playful yer systematic manner and leads to new discoveries while remaining flexible to incorporate future revisions and insights.»
Visualizations emphasize parts (*) Mentioned without valuation Less than a sentence p. 4 «…sketch marks for highlighting (the blue circle)…»
Visualizations enable discourse/collaboration (+) Positive Basically all of the publication pp. 3-11 «In this chapter, we will thus review the seminal concepts from different disciplines that help to explain how visualizations can act as collaboration catalysts and support the elicitation, integration, and application of knowledge on a team or group level.»
Visualizations support knowledge integration (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 5 «It has to support the (group) process of knowledge integration among various people. It should in other words facilitate (synchronous or asynchronous) conversations.»
Visualizations use analogies (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 4 «The graphic iceberg template and corresponding facilitation method enabled the team to pool these insights and relate them to each other, as well as devise adequate improvement actions.»
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(Visualizations are objects to reference (can be pointed to) --builds on-> Visualizations are globally stable) (*) Mentinoed One or more sentences p. 10 «Have you incorporated ways in which certain states of a collaboratively drawn visualization can be captured and 'frozen' for later reference?»
(Visualizations support knowledge integration --builds on-> Visualizations are forgiving) (*) Mentinoed One or more sentences p. 5 «To achieve this [knowledge integration], the visualization has to be revisable…»
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