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Coordinated and multiple views in exploratory visualization (CMV 2005); proceedings.


Coordinated and multiple views in exploratory visualization (CMV 2005); proceedings.

International Conference on [Title] (3d: 2005: London, England) Ed. by Jonathan C. Roberts.

Computer Society Press


143 pages




Papers from a July 2005 conference focus on all aspects of multiple- view techniques, including multiform views, tight coupling, linked dynamic interaction, multiple views for interactive steering, and spreadsheet based visualization techniques. Papers are grouped in sections on exploratory techniques, exploration and workflow, scientific visualization, and spatial and geovisualization. Some specific subjects covered include coordinated parallel views for the exploratory analysis of microarray time-course data, interactive visual analysis of multi-parameter families of function graphs, and dimension reduction for text visualization. There is no subject index.

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