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  EventAction: a visual analytics approach to explainable recommendation for event sequences
Du F., Plaisant C., Spring N., Crowley K., Shneiderman B.  ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 9(4): 1-31, 2019. Type: Article

If tables of complex data lack sufficient visual analytics illustrations on which recommender system to use, users will go to another website for better illustrations. The more complex the analysis of similar record attributes become, the more dif...
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Sep 9 2021  
  TreePlus: interactive exploration of networks with enhanced tree layouts
Lee B., Parr C., Plaisant C., Bederson B., Veksler V., Gray W., Kotfila C.  IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 12(6): 1414-1426, 2006. Type: Article

In many disciplines, data sets can be understood best by visualizing them as graphs, where the nodes describe the entities of interest, and the edges describe their relationships; in this way, for example, biologists can study the feeding relation...
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Jan 29 2007  
  Interactive Sonification of Choropleth Maps
Zhao H., Smith B., Norman K., Plaisant C., Shneiderman B.  IEEE MultiMedia 12(2): 26-35, 2005. Type: Article

Choropleth maps are maps with geo-referenced data presented visually, in which predefined regions are colored to show how a variable differs between regions. They are used to help users explore data collections for problem solving and decision mak...
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Jan 25 2006  
  Previews and overviews in digital libraries: designing surrogates to support visual information seeking
Greene S., Marchionini G., Plaisant C., Shneiderman B.  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51(4): 380-393, 2000. Type: Article

In a traditional library or bookstore, one can browse along the shelves reading the titles of books and the names of authors and can flip the pages looking for items of interest. In a digital library, however, these clues are not available. Clearl...
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Jun 1 2000  

   
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