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The '''InfoVis–Glossary''' project is intended to provide a special reference combined with a forum integrating recent developments and news on all areas covered by [[information visualization]].
 
The '''InfoVis–Glossary''' project is intended to provide a special reference combined with a forum integrating recent developments and news on all areas covered by [[information visualization]].
  
Using ''editable–by–anyone'' Wiki–Technology turns out to be the only way of keeping the presented information up to date and knowledge exchange vivid.
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Revision as of 06:18, 3 May 2005

Welcome to the InfoVis–Glossary!
Collecting resources on information visualization.



News

Latest News

How to enter news?

News Archive...

News as RSS feed
List of all available RSS feeds

Introduction

The InfoVis–Glossary project is intended to provide a special reference combined with a forum integrating recent developments and news on all areas covered by information visualization.

Using editable–by–anyone Wiki technology turns out to be the only way of keeping the presented information up to date and knowledge exchange vivid.

External ressources

Selected websites

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Conferences

Recent books/papers

  • Edward R. Tufte, Envisioning Information, Graphics Press — USA
  • Information Visualization: Perception for Design, Colin Ware, Morgan Kaufmann, 2000
  • Say It With Charts: The Executive's Guide to Visual Communication, Gene Zelazny, McGraw-Hill, 4th edition, 2001

Teaching InfoVis worldwide

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