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2D and 3D representations for feature recognition in time geographical diary data

2D and 3D representations for feature recognition in time geographical diary data,10.1057/ivs.2009.30,Information Visualization,Katerina Vrotsou,Camil

2D and 3D representations for feature recognition in time geographical diary data   (Citations: 3)
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Time geographical representations are becoming a common approach to analysing spatio-temporal data. Such representations appear intuitive in the process of identifying patterns and features as paths of populations form tracks through the 3D space, which can be seen converging and diverging over time. In this article, we compare 2D and 3D representations within a time geographical visual analysis tool for activity diary data. We identify a representative task and evaluate task performance between the two representations. The results show that the D representation has benefits over the 2D representation for feature identification but also indicate that these benefits can be lost if the D representation is not carefully constructed to help the user to see them.
Journal: Information Visualization - IVS , vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 263-276, 2010
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    • ...Similarly Johansson et al. [10] investigated the ability of humans to perceive relationships in 2D and 3D parallel coordinates and in Vrotsou et al. [24] a comparison was made between the performance using a 2D representation and a 3D representation for visual analysis of time-geographical data...

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    • ...The 74 usability problems originated from a database of problems gathered by the authors from earlier usability studies [7, 10, 22]...
    • ...The visualization tools evaluated in the previous studies ranged between simple concept visualizations [7] through full working prototypes [10, 22] to tools in commercial use (Spotfire and Map of the Market ). They included a representative variety of common InfoVis techniques including dynamically linked and coordinated views, parallel coordinate plots, maps, tree maps, time lines, glyphs, parallel coordinate plots, scatter plots and bar ...

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    • ...The need to represent and study dynamic spatial data is most commonly instantiated by the need for sophisticated representations of spatio-temporal data (e.g, the Space-Time Cube, which has been extended in recent work [4])...

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