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Visualization of Latin Textual Variants using a Pixel-Based Text Analysis Tool
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)
One of the most important activities of Latin scholars is to analyze fragmentary copies of a Classical text and assemble an annotated reconstruction as a conjecture about its original form. We have developed a pixel-based ...
TexTile: A Pixel-Based Focus+Context Tool For Analyzing Variants Across Multiple Text Scales
(The Eurographics Association, 2017)
Before the advent of printed texts, text duplication was done primarily by hand. Errors, alterations, and erasures were common and varied widely across different copies of the same text. Classics scholars seek to reconstruct ...
Ambient Grids: Maintain Context-Awareness via Aggregated Off-Screen Visualization
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)
When exploring large spatial datasets, zooming and panning interactions often lead to the loss of contextual overview. Existing overview-plus-detail approaches allow users to view context while inspecting details, but they ...