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## Dimensional anchors: A graphic primitive for multidimensional multivariate information visualizations (1999)

Venue: | In Proc of the NPIV 99 |

Citations: | 49 - 3 self |

### Citations

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The Visual Display of Quantitative Information
- Tufte
- 2001
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Citation Context ...ical DA (Y-axis). The size of the scatter plot point is close to the maximum (p 1 = .8). The lines extending from the anchor points are controlled by p 2 and are only 20% of the maximum length. Tufte =-=[12]-=- suggested that these line extensions be included to enhance the utility of a scatter plot by showing the distribution of data along each axis. In Figure 3 the same data and the same arrangement of DA... |

557 | Automating the Design of Graphical Presentations of Relational Data
- Mackinlay
- 1986
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Citation Context ...ween. Keywords Visualization, graphics, information, dimensional anchors, multidimensional, multivariate. 1. BACKGROUND There has been some previous work on graphic primitives for visualizations [3], =-=[9]-=-, [10], [11]. Our dimensional anchors (DAs) sit at a higher conceptual level than Bertin’s graphical language of marks (points, lines, and areas) and are not meant to create visualizations automatical... |

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The plane with parallel coordinates
- Inselberg
- 1985
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Citation Context ...rning Repository, and the Simple Seven data described in [6]. 2. BASE VISUALIZATIONS Four base visualizations can be encoded with the dimensional anchor parameters: scatter plot, Parallel Coordinates =-=[7]-=-, Survey Plot, and the Radviz spring visualization. Survey plots are similar to the Permutation Matrix [3], except the lines representing data values extend outward from a center point instead of bein... |

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The grand tour: A tool for viewing multidimensional data
- Asimov
- 1985
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Citation Context .... Including the geometry of the DAs, and assuming we have at least three parameters defining the geometry, the size of our 12 visualization space is at least ℜ . It is possible to take a “Grand Tour” =-=[2]-=- through this visualization space. By varying the 9 parameters and animating the arrangement of the dimensional anchors, one can move through this space and look at an incrementally defined subset of ... |

80 | Circle Segments: A Technique for Visually Exploring Large Multidimensional Data Sets,”
- Ankerst, Keim, et al.
- 1996
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Citation Context ... points are displayed at the position where the sum of the spring forces is zero. The spring force K for each spring is the value of the data point for that dimension. Circle Segments is described in =-=[1]-=-. We use a modified version where one dimension using a color scale is interspersed among the other dimensions, which use a gray scale. 3. DIMENSIONAL ANCHORS 3.1 Parameters of Dimensional Anchors We ... |

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E.: Dna visual and analytic data mining
- HOFFMAN, GRINSTEIN, et al.
- 1997
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Citation Context ...sualization. Survey plots are similar to the Permutation Matrix [3], except the lines representing data values extend outward from a center point instead of being left justified. Radviz, described in =-=[5]-=-, attaches to each data point fixed springs each of which is also attached at points around a circle. The springs represent dimensions of the data. The data points are displayed at the position where ... |

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Semiology of graphics (W.J
- Bertin
- 1983
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Citation Context ...n between. Keywords Visualization, graphics, information, dimensional anchors, multidimensional, multivariate. 1. BACKGROUND There has been some previous work on graphic primitives for visualizations =-=[3]-=-, [9], [10], [11]. Our dimensional anchors (DAs) sit at a higher conceptual level than Bertin’s graphical language of marks (points, lines, and areas) and are not meant to create visualizations automa... |

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a Program System to Visualize and Interpret Chemical Data
- Lohninger
- 1994
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Citation Context ...nsional anchors in an L-shaped pattern to generate N 2 scatter plots (see Figure 8). 3.5 The Survey Plot Parameter The parameter p 4, along with the DA Sort Column, is used to construct a Survey Plot =-=[8]-=- or a visualization similar to Circle Segments [1]. The p 4 parameter scales the size of a rectangle extending from an anchorpoint. The size is also based on the dimensional value at the anchorpoint. ... |

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An Operator Interacton Framework for Visualizations Systems
- Chi, Riedl
- 1998
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Citation Context ...or example, DAs share some functionality with the “encoders” used in Sage [10] and could be classified as a VMTO (Visual Mapping Transformation Operator) as defined by Chi and Riedl in their taxonomy =-=[4]-=-. Georges Grinstein David Pinkney Institute for Visualization and Perception Research Computer Science Department University of Massachusetts Lowell Lowell, MA 01854 978-934-3384 {phoffman, grinstein,... |

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A knowledge-based system for visualization design
- unknown authors
- 1994
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Citation Context ...rds Visualization, graphics, information, dimensional anchors, multidimensional, multivariate. 1. BACKGROUND There has been some previous work on graphic primitives for visualizations [3], [9], [10], =-=[11]-=-. Our dimensional anchors (DAs) sit at a higher conceptual level than Bertin’s graphical language of marks (points, lines, and areas) and are not meant to create visualizations automatically for prese... |