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3 February 2014 Technique and cue selection for graphical presentation of generic hyperdimensional data
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Proceedings Volume 9017, Visualization and Data Analysis 2014; 90170Y (2014)
Event: IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging, 2014, San Francisco, California, United States
Several presentation techniques have been created for visualization of data with more than three variables. Packages have been written, each of which implements a subset of these techniques. However, these packages generally fail to provide all the features needed by the user during the visualization process. Further, packages generally limit support for presentation techniques to a few techniques. A new package called Petrichor accommodates all necessary and useful features together in one system. Any presentation technique may be added easily through an extensible plugin system. Features are supported by a user interface that allows easy interaction with data. Annotations allow users to mark up visualizations and share information with others. By providing a hyperdimensional graphics package that easily accommodates presentation techniques and includes a complete set of features, including those that are rarely or never supported elsewhere, the user is provided with a tool that facilitates improved interaction with multivariate data to extract and disseminate information.
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Lee M. Howard and Robert P. Burton "Technique and cue selection for graphical presentation of generic hyperdimensional data", Proc. SPIE 9017, Visualization and Data Analysis 2014, 90170Y (3 February 2014);


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