Barcelona, Spain, 12 - 13 June 2017
Perceptual Experiments and Insights
A Crowdsourced Approach to Colormap Assessment
Evaluating the Perceptual Uniformity of Color Sequences for Feature Discrimination
Where'd it go? How Geographic and Force-directed Layouts Affect Network Task Performance
Guidelines and Recommendations for the Evaluation of New Visualization Techniques by Means of Experimental Studies
From a User Study to a Valid Claim: How to Test Your Hypothesis and Avoid Common Pitfalls
(The Eurographics Association, 2017)The evaluation of visualization methods or designs often relies on user studies. Apart from the difficulties involved in the design of the study itself, the existing mechanisms to obtain sound conclusions are often unclear. ...
Guidelines and Recommendations for the Evaluation of New Visualization Techniques by Means of Experimental Studies (The Eurographics Association, 2017)This paper addresses important issues in the evaluation of new visualization techniques. It describes the principle of quantitative research in general and presents the idea of experimental studies. The goal of experimental ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2017)Probably the most common method for visualizing univariate data maps is through pseudocoloring and one of the most commonly cited requirements of a good colormap is that it be perceptually uniform. This means that differences ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2017)When visualizing geospatial network data, it is possible to position nodes according to their geographic locations or to position nodes using standard network layout algorithms that ignore geographic location. Such data ...
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(The Eurographics Association, 2017)Despite continual research and discussion on the perceptual effects of color in scientific visualization, psychophysical testing is often limited. In-person lab studies can be expensive and time-consuming while results can ...