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Presentation, Visualization, What's Next?
Found in: Information Visualization, IEEE Symposium on
By Jock Mackinlay
Issue Date:October 2000
pp. 1
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Storytelling: The Next Step for Visualization
Found in: Computer
By Robert Kosara,Jock Mackinlay
Issue Date:May 2013
pp. 44-50
Presentation—specifically, its use of elements from storytelling—is the next logical step in visualization research and should be a focus of at least equal importance with exploration and analysis.
 
Graphical Histories for Visualization: Supporting Analysis, Communication, and Evaluation
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
By Jeffrey Heer, Jock Mackinlay, Chris Stolte, Maneesh Agrawala
Issue Date:November 2008
pp. 1189-1196
Interactive history tools, ranging from basic undo and redo to branching timelines of user actions, facilitate iterative forms of interaction. In this paper, we investigate the design of history mechanisms for information visualization. We present a design...
 
Show Me: Automatic Presentation for Visual Analysis
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
By Jock Mackinlay, Pat Hanrahan, Chris Stolte
Issue Date:November 2007
pp. 1137-1144
This paper describes Show Me, an integrated set of user interface commands and defaults that incorporate automatic presentation into a commercial visual analysis system called Tableau. A key aspect of Tableau is VizQL, a language for specifying views, whic...
 
Applying a theory of graphical presentation to the graphic design of user interfaces
Found in: Proceedings of the 1st annual ACM SIGGRAPH symposium on User Interface Software (UIST '88)
By Jock Mackinlay
Issue Date:October 1988
pp. 179-189
The increasing availability of computers with high-quality graphics and fonts has created an opportunity and an obligation for user interface designers. The opportunity is that designers can use graphical techniques to design more effective user interfaces...
     
Automating the design of graphical presentations of relational information
Found in: ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
By Jock Mackinlay
Issue Date:April 1986
pp. 110-141
The goal of the research described in this paper is to develop an application-independent presentation tool that automatically designs effective graphical presentations (such as bar charts, scatter plots, and connected graphs) of relational information. Tw...
     
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