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Publication: C. Ziemkiewicz and R. Kosara [2010]: Beyond Bertin: Seeing the Forest despite the Trees doi:doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MCG.2010.83

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Title Beyond Bertin: Seeing the Forest despite the Trees
Authors
  1. Ziemkiewicz, Caroline
  2. Kosara, Robert
Year 2010
DOI doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MCG.2010.83
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@article{Ziemkiewicz2010b,
 title = {Beyond Bertin: Seeing the Forest despite the Trees},
 author = {Ziemkiewicz, Caroline and Kosara, Robert},
 year = {2010},
 doi = {doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MCG.2010.83},
 journal = {Computer Graphics and Applications},
 number = {5},
 pages = {7--11},
 volume = {30}
}

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Symbols carry „cultural“ meaning (*) Mentioned without valuation One or more sentences p. 7 «Such preferences might be learned conventions and in some cases culturally determined, but some are so universal that they suggest the arrangement of data isn’t wholly arbitrary in practice.» Streeb, Dirk: March 18, 2018
Symbols carry „natural“ meaning (*) Mentioned without valuation One or more sentences p. 7 «Such preferences might be learned conventions and in some cases culturally determined, but some are so universal that they suggest the arrangement of data isn’t wholly arbitrary in practice.» Streeb, Dirk: March 18, 2018
Visualization follows logic and mathematic laws (*) Mentioned without valuation One or more sentences p. 7 «The classical view is that visualization is a process of encoding numerical or categorical values as visual (or retinal) variables such as size, distance, or color, which the viewer then decodes to reconstruct the original information.» Streeb, Dirk: March 18, 2018
Visualizations emphasize parts (+-) Ambivalent One or more sentences p. 8 «The combination of color and size was also a frequent topic, as when participants saw a large, brightly colored segment as dominating the entire image» Streeb, Dirk: March 18, 2018
Visualizations show visual patterns (+) Positive One or more sentences p. 7 «They all arise instead from combinations of visual objects or from the viewer’s impression of the visualization’s overall structure.» Streeb, Dirk: March 18, 2018
Visualizations use analogies (+-) Ambivalent One or more paragraphs p. 8 «The participants felt that circles in the form of pie and donut charts indicate closeness and a sense of wholeness, whereas rectangles suggest a more regimented or compartmentalized structure. Circles in the form of bubble charts suggest freedom and a lack of structure altogether, perhaps because viewers perceived each circle as its own “whole.”» Streeb, Dirk: March 18, 2018
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