This volume presents the papers from the first workshop on perceptual issues in visualization. It addresses the issues and problems of creating perceptually-based presentations and presents innovative approaches to achieving such presentations. Through many examples, it describes color, geometric, and sound approaches to perceptually-based presentations. It suggests some guidelines and 'dos and dont's' for such presentations. It discusses methods to evaluate them to ascertain their efficacy. And it explores the interactions with such presentations, once attained, and with the data they present.Such a tree layout algorithm could be extended to query the constraint manager prior to placing the children. ... When displaying a family tree, the husband node is placed to the left of the wife node and the children are ordered left-to-right based on their age. ... a#39;This example is taken from the DOT Usera#39;s Manual[KN91].
|Title||:||The Design of an Extendible Graph Editor|
|Author||:||Frances N. Paulisch|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1993-08-30|