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Node: Visualizations are globally stable

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The overall appearance of a visualization does not change without explicit action undertaken by a viewer. Thereby, viewers can on the one hand stay in sync with the external representation and on the other hand have the time to follow their flow of thoughts.

Last updated 3 years, 3 months ago (June 22, 2018) by Streeb, Dirk

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S. K. Card, J. D. Mackinlay and B. Shneiderman 1999 Readings in Information Visualization – Using Vision to Think 0 1 1 18 4
Z. Liu and J. T. Stasko 2010 Mental Models, Visual Reasoning and Interaction in Information Visualization: A Top-down Perspective 0 0 1 5 0
D. Kirsh 2010 Thinking with External Representations 0 0 1 19 1
B. Tversky 2011 Visualizing Thought 0 0 1 36 0
P. Parsons and K. Sedig 2014 Adjustable Properties of Visual Representations: Improving the Quality of Human-Information Interaction 0 0 1 9 3
T. Munzner 2014 Visualization Analysis & Design 0 0 1 15 0
M. W. Johansen 2014 What’s in a Diagram? On the Classification of Symbols, Figures and Diagrams 0 0 1 14 0
S. Krämer 2014 Zur Grammatik der Diagrammatik 0 0 1 15 0
B. Tversky 2015 On Abstraction and Ambiguity 0 0 1 17 0
P. C. Cheng 2016 What Constitutes an Effective Representation? 0 0 1 14 0
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Streeb, Dirk: D. Kirsh [2010]: Thinking with External Representations doi:10.1007/s00146-010-0272-8 - 12.03.18 12:35 (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 444 What’s persistent outside, and in the visual or tangible field—an external structure holds a structure constant until it is added to; the structure does not decay the way mental structures and processes do, and it supports repeated perceptual inquisition;
Streeb, Dirk: P. Parsons and K. Sedig [2014]: Adjustable Properties of Visual Representations: Improving the Quality of Human-Information Interaction doi:10.1002/asi.23002 - 08.03.18 14:09 (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 467 In other words, when a VR [visual representation] has no motion it is available for inspection without temporal constraints. This gives actors time to explore a VR at their own pace, which potentially avoids perceptual and cognitive overload.
Streeb, Dirk: Z. Liu and J. T. Stasko [2010]: Mental Models, Visual Reasoning and Interaction in Information Visualization: A Top-down Perspective doi:10.1109/TVCG.2010.177 - 26.01.18 09:45 (+) Positive
Streeb, Dirk: S. K. Card, J. D. Mackinlay and B. Shneiderman [1999]: Readings in Information Visualization – Using Vision to Think isbn:978-1-55860-533-6 - 26.01.18 09:43 (+) Positive
Streeb, Dirk: P. C. Cheng [2016]: What Constitutes an Effective Representation? doi:10.1007/978-3-319-42333-3_2 - 26.01.18 08:39 (+) Positive
Streeb, Dirk: T. Munzner [2014]: Visualization Analysis & Design isbn:978-1-4665-0891-0 - 26.01.18 08:25 (+) Positive
Streeb, Dirk: B. Tversky [2011]: Visualizing Thought doi:10.1111/j.1756-8765.2010.01113.x - 25.01.18 15:25 (+) Positive
Streeb, Dirk: B. Tversky [2015]: On Abstraction and Ambiguity doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9297-4_13 - 24.01.18 12:35 (+) Positive
Streeb, Dirk: S. Krämer [2014]: Zur Grammatik der Diagrammatik doi:10.1007/BF03379712 - 24.01.18 12:17 (+) Positive
Streeb, Dirk: M. W. Johansen [2014]: What’s in a Diagram? On the Classification of Symbols, Figures and Diagrams doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37428-9_6 - 24.01.18 11:58 (+) Positive
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