2016 IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium (PacificVis) (2016)
April 19, 2016 to April 22, 2016
Chien-Hsin Hsueh , University of California, Davis
Jia-Kai Chou , University of California, Davis
Kwan-Liu Ma , University of California, Davis
While the assessment of using motion in visualizations has been polarized, we conjecture that motion may be more effective in comparative visualizations if applied properly, especially when dealing with large amounts of multi-dimensional data. We have designed visualizations to represent driver behaviors. A series of user studies have been conducted to verify if adding motion to the static visualization can help users make comparisons and separate drastically different behaviors. Results show that adding motion indeed leads to shorter completion time and less cognitive workload.
C. Hsueh, J. Chou and K. Ma, "A study of using motion for comparative visualization," 2016 IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium (PacificVis)(PACIFICVIS), Taipei, Taiwan, 2016, pp. 219-223.