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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brennan Schmeler on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to INFO 424 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/192219/info-424-university-of-washington in Informatics at University of Washington.


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Date Created: 09/09/15
INFO 424 Lecture 15 November 15 2007 Lecture 15 Presentation Interaction and Case Studies 11 In this lecture we will discuss and expand upon topics involved in presentation choosing how and which infovis elements are to be displayed and interaction controlling and understanding the results of changes in successive infovis views We will apply these ideas to additional case studies of designing interactive information visualization applications Goals for the lecture By the end of the class you will enhance your ability to 0 Consider options and tradeoffs in designing presentations in infovis applications 0 Consider options and tradeoffs in designing interactivity in infovis applications Reading Assignment Robert Spence Information Visualization December 2006 Required Chapter 5 Interaction Optional Chapter 4 Representation for review and reference Text and gures are available online from the class Schedule page Things to consider as you read 1 What are the essential features of passive interaction stepped interaction and dynamic interaction 2 Are the ideas in this chapter relevant to your project 3 How would you apply them Reflection questions These questions are to help you think more broadly about what you ve read and its relationship to the class It is optional but strongly encouraged that you answer them and email your answers to inf042 A quot mm to aid in J39 39 in class Email must be received by 11 am on the day ofthe class 1 Consider a travel scheduling website like wwwtravelocitvc0m air or wwwtransitmetr0kcg0v bus What sorts of sensitivity information would be valuable to users How you would display it


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