Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Reaction:Graphical Perception:Theory, Experimentation and Application to the Development of Graphical Models.

The paper explains the differences between traditional perception of
graphs and graphical perspective. The ordering of elementary tasks and
placing them as high as possible in the hierarchy allows the
visualizations to be perceived properly by the user. The author
compares the existing representations of data and provides a better
results if the graphs are constructed keeping in mind the graphical

The various differences in elementary task identification
pointed out in the graph show how a general user performs preattentive
processing and distinguishes the date. The transformation of various
graphs depending on the type of data to increase their understanding
is very impressive and changes the opinion on how we think about the
data. the paper suggests not to use particular types of models but on
what types of models can be used for different data in a general view.