Laws of Attraction From Perceived Forces to Conceptual Similarity Caroline Ziemkiewicz Member IEEE Robert Kosara Member IEEE Abstract Many of the pressing questions in information visualization deal - PDF document

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Laws of Attraction From Perceived Forces to Conceptual Similarity Caroline Ziemkiewicz Member IEEE Robert Kosara Member IEEE Abstract Many of the pressing questions in information visualization deal - Description


Previous research has suggested that people see parts of a visualization as objects and may metaphorically interpret apparent physical relationships between these objects as suggestive of data relationships We explored this hypothesis in detail in a ID: 7837 Download Pdf

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