INFORMATION VISUALIZATION. Perception for design (Relié)

Colin Ware

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  • Morgan Kaufmann

  • Paru le : 15/02/2000
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This is the first book to combine a strictly scientific approach to human perception with a practical concern for the rules governing the effective visual presentation of information. Surveying the research of leading psychologists and neurophysiologists, the author isolates key principles at work in vision and perception, and from them derives specific, effective, visualization techniques, suitable for a wide range of scenarios. You can apply these principles in ways that optimize how visual information is perceived-resulting in improved clarity, utility, and persuasiveness. Likewise, you can apply them to your own exploratory data analyses to develop display strategies that make data patterns and their significance easier to discern. Information Visualization transcends the often-divergent approaches to visualization taken by individual disciplines. It will prove a fascinating, practical resource for anyone who uses graphical presentation as a key to successful analysis and communication: graphic artists, user interface/interaction designers, financial analysts, data miners, and managers faced with information-intensive challenges. Features • Brings current scientific insight to the study of data visualization. • Explains multiple facets of visual perception: color, organization, space, motion, texture, and the relationship between images and words. • Explores strategies for designing glyphs and icons to optimize a GUI's effectiveness and ease of use. • Examines the distinctions between word-based and image-based perception and develops guidelines for choosing between verbal and graphical communication approaches. • Presents successful techniques for displaying geographical and other data in multiple layers. • Offers rules for designing easily navigable data spaces in VRML. • Supports points with numerous illustrations, including over thirty color images.
    • Foundation for a Science of Data Visualization
    • The Environment, Optics, Resolution, and the Display
    • Lightness, Brightness, Contrast, and Constancy
    • Color
    • Visual Attention and Information That Pops Out
    • Static and Moving Patterns
    • Visual Objects and Data Objects
    • Space Perception and the Display of Data in Space
    • Images and Words
    • Interacting with Visualizations.
  • Date de parution : 15/02/2000
  • Editeur : Morgan Kaufmann
  • ISBN : 1-55860-511-8
  • EAN : 9781558605114
  • Présentation : Relié
  • Nb. de pages : 438 pages
  • Poids : 0.99 Kg
  • Dimensions : 19,4 cm × 24,2 cm × 2,9 cm

Biographie de Colin Ware

The author takes the "visual" in visualization very seriously. Colin Ware has advanced degrees in both computer science (MMath, Waterloo) and the psychology of perception (Ph.D., Toronto). He has published over ninety articles in scientific and technical journals and at leading conferences, many of which relate to the use of color, texture, motion, and 3D information visualization. In addition to his research, Professor Ware also builds useful visualization software systems. He has been involved in developing 3D interactive visualization systems for ocean mapping for over twelve years, and he directed the development of the NestedVision3D system for visualizing very large networks of information. Both of these projects led to commercial spin-offs. Ware recently moved from the University of New Brunswick in Canada to direct the Data Visualization Research Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire.

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