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{{Definition|In [[information visualization]] a '''multiple view'''–system uses two or more distinct views to support the investigation of a single conceptual entity.}}
 
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{{Qotation|A multiple view system uses two or more distinct views to support the
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investigation of a single conceptual entity.| [Baldonado et al., 2000]}}
  
 
[[Image:8-multiview.png|thumb|250px|Multiple views of the same data set]]
 
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== References ==
 
== References ==
  
*Michelle Q. Wang Baldonado, Allison Woodruff, and Allan Kuchinsky, ''Guidelines for Using Multiple Views in Information Visualization'', in Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI2000), pages 110-119. ACM Press, 2000.
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*[Baldonado et al., 2000]: Michelle Q. Wang Baldonado, Allison Woodruff, and Allan Kuchinsky, ''Guidelines for Using Multiple Views in Information Visualization'', in Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI2000), pages 110-119. ACM Press, 2000.
  
 
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In information visualization a multiple view–system uses two or more distinct views to support the investigation of a single conceptual entity.

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Multiple views of the same data set

Combining different visualization techniques and applying them on data acquired during one observation (belonging to the same concept) can yield deeper insights into the data, make finding causal relationships easier, and uncover unforeseen connections.

References

  • [Baldonado et al., 2000]: Michelle Q. Wang Baldonado, Allison Woodruff, and Allan Kuchinsky, Guidelines for Using Multiple Views in Information Visualization, in Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI2000), pages 110-119. ACM Press, 2000.