Issue No. 04 - July (1995 vol. 15)
Visualization techniques, tools, images, and videos abound. But how good are they? How well do they convey the critical information to a scientist, to an interpreter, to someone looking for anomalies, or to a sponsor? Case studies have a crucial role in completing the loopin assessing how well particular techniques or approaches have achieved their goals and in focusing what is needed to improve the effectiveness, reliability, and consistency of visualization across a range of fields.
P. K. Robertson and D. Silver, "Visualization Case Studies: Completing the Loop," in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 15, no. , pp. 18-19, 1995.