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Node: Visual statements carry multiple meanings

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A statement in a visualization, such as a dot in a scatter plot, can transport several pieces of information, such as those represented by position on a horizontal and a vertical axis, and a color.

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

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S. M. Kosslyn 1989 Understanding Charts and Graphs 0 1 0 13 0
E. R. Tufte 2001[1983] The Visual Display of Quantitative Information 0 1 0 16 5
G. Stapleton, M. Jamnik and A. Shimojima 2017 What Makes an Effective Representation of Information: A Formal Account of Observational Advantages 0 0 1 4 0
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Streeb, Dirk: S. M. Kosslyn [1989]: Understanding Charts and Graphs doi:10.1002/acp.2350030302 - 09.07.20 06:59 (+-) Ambivalent One or more paragraphs p. 195f That is, marks vary along a number of dimensions, such as hue, size, height, and some of these dimensions cannot be processed independently of others.
Streeb, Dirk: E. R. Tufte [2001[1983]]: The Visual Display of Quantitative Information isbn:978-0-9613921-4-7 - 05.02.18 12:03 (+) Positive One or more chapters (books only) ch. 7 The same ink should often serve more than one graphical purpose.
Streeb, Dirk: G. Stapleton, M. Jamnik and A. Shimojima [2017]: What Makes an Effective Representation of Information: A Formal Account of Observational Advantages doi:10.1007/s10849-017-9250-6 - 26.01.18 08:32 (+) Positive
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