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11th International Conference Information Visualization (IV '07)
PRISMA - A Multidimensional Information Visualization Tool Using Multiple Coordinated Views
Zurich, Switzerland
July 04-July 06
ISBN: 0-7695-2900-3
Paulo Igor A. Godinho, Universidade Federal do Par? (UFPA)
Bianchi Serique Meiguins, Universidade Federal do Par? (UFPA)
Aruanda Simoes Goncalves Meiguins, Centro Universit?rio do Par? (CESUPA)
Ricardo M. Casseb do Carmo, Universidade Federal do Par? (UFPA)
Marcelo de Brito Garcia, Centro Universit?rio do Par? (CESUPA)
Leandro Hernandez Almeida, Universidade Federal do Par? (UFPA)
Rodrigo Lourenco, Centro Universit?rio do Par? (CESUPA)
Information Visualization techniques have been successfully used to build visual and interactive analysis of data and data relationships. However, dimensionality, volume and diversity make it difficult for a single technique to completely solve the problem. Information visualization tools that support multiple coordinated views allow the user to better understand the dataset by providing different perspectives based on the same set of data items. These tools support the correlation between data views and the coordinated real-time interaction mechanisms. The goal of this paper is to present the PRISMA information visualization tool that explores the use of multiple coordinated views. PRISMA provides usability, portability and extensibility. Initial usability essays are discussed.
Index Terms:
Information Visualization, Multiple Coordinated Views, Visualization Tools, Treemap, Parallel Coordinates, Scatterplot.
Citation:
Paulo Igor A. Godinho, Bianchi Serique Meiguins, Aruanda Simoes Goncalves Meiguins, Ricardo M. Casseb do Carmo, Marcelo de Brito Garcia, Leandro Hernandez Almeida, Rodrigo Lourenco, "PRISMA - A Multidimensional Information Visualization Tool Using Multiple Coordinated Views," iv, pp.23-32, 11th International Conference Information Visualization (IV '07), 2007
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