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Node Tag: Argumentative standpoint: [S] Semiotics

Group: Argumentative standpoint
Other tags in this group: B, D, I, C, T
Last updated 2 years, 11 months ago (June 6, 2018) by Streeb, Dirk

Nodes (19)

CombinationWithLanguage Visualizations are combined with language S 17 17
ConflictingSpace Spatial mappings conflict S 2 2
ConsistentNotation Visualizations use notation consistently S 0 0
CulturalMeaning Symbols carry „cultural“ meaning S 7 8
DifferentMappings Visualization allows for different mappings S 0 0
DifferentMeanings Symbols carry different meanings S 3 3
Essence Visualization conveys essence S 0 0
FlexibleNotation Visualizations allow flexible notation , S 8 8
Homogeniety Visual entities are homogeneous S 2 2
Iconicity Symbols are iconic S 4 5
LimitedAbstraction Visual entities are not completely abstract S 7 7
MeaningfulSpace Space carries meaning S 23 23
MeaningfulSymbols Symbols carry meaning S 12 12
Misleading Visualizations may be misleading S 0 0
ModelDataRelation Visualizations relate model and data directly , S 2 2
MultipleMeanings Visual statements carry multiple meanings S 3 3
NaturalMeaning Symbols carry „natural“ meaning S 9 9
ReductiveProcess Visualization is a reductive process S 1 1
ShowInvisibles Visual statements show invisibles S 7 7
Descriptor Name Focal pathway Data dependent Task dependent User dependent Argumentative standpoint In publications Times coded

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