By Wolfgang Aigner, Silvia Miksch, Heidrun Schumann, Christian Tominski
Time is a phenomenal measurement that's universal to many program domain names resembling drugs, engineering, enterprise, technology, biography, historical past, making plans, or venture administration. realizing time-oriented facts allows us to benefit from the previous with a view to expect, plan, and construct the longer term. because of the detailed features of time, acceptable visible and analytical tools are required to discover and learn them.
This e-book starts off with an creation to visualization and a few historic examples of visible representations. At its middle, the e-book provides and discusses a scientific view of the visualization of time-oriented info. This view is dependent alongside 3 key questions. whereas the elements of time and linked information describe what is being visualized, person initiatives are relating to the query why anything is visualized. those features and initiatives make sure how the visualization is to be designed. To aid visible exploration, interplay strategies and analytical tools are required to boot, that are mentioned in separate chapters. The suggestions defined during this ebook are illustrated with a variety of examples.
A huge a part of this publication is dedicated to a based survey of present innovations for visualizing time and time-oriented information. total, one zero one varied visualization options are provided on a per-page foundation; each one of those self-contained descriptions is observed via a demonstration and corresponding references. This survey serves as a reference for scientists engaging in comparable examine in addition to for practitioners looking details on how their time-oriented facts can most sensible be visualized so that it will achieve important insights.
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Visualization of Time-Oriented Data by Wolfgang Aigner, Silvia Miksch, Heidrun Schumann, Christian Tominski