Data Visualization: The State of the Art By Frits H. Post, Gregory Nielson, Georges-Pierre Bonneau
2003 | 443 Pages | ISBN: 1461354307 | PDF | 34 MB
Data visualization is currently a very active and vital area of research, teaching and development. The term unites the established field of scientific visualization and the more recent field of information visualization. The success of data visualization is due to the soundness of the basic idea behind it: the use of computer-generated images to gain insight and knowledge from data and its inherent patterns and relationships. A second premise is the utilization of the broad bandwidth of the human sensory system in steering and interpreting complex processes, and simulations involving data sets from diverse scientific disciplines and large collections of abstract data from many sources.


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