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{{Definition|'''Stacked displays''' are tailored to present data partitioned in a hierarchical structure. The basic idea is to embed one coordinate systems inside an other coordinate system. [Keim, 2002]}}
 
{{Definition|'''Stacked displays''' are tailored to present data partitioned in a hierarchical structure. The basic idea is to embed one coordinate systems inside an other coordinate system. [Keim, 2002]}}
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{{Quotation|Stacked display techniques are tailored to present data partitioned in a hierarchical fashion. In case of multidimensional data, the data dimensions to be used for partitioning the data and building the hierarchy have to be selected appropriately. An example of a stacked display technique is Dimensional Stacking. […] Other examples of stacked display techniques include Worlds-within-Worlds, Treemap, and Cone Trees.|[Keim, 2002]}}
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 12:28, 23 June 2005

Stacked displays are tailored to present data partitioned in a hierarchical structure. The basic idea is to embed one coordinate systems inside an other coordinate system. [Keim, 2002]
Stacked display techniques are tailored to present data partitioned in a hierarchical fashion. In case of multidimensional data, the data dimensions to be used for partitioning the data and building the hierarchy have to be selected appropriately. An example of a stacked display technique is Dimensional Stacking. […] Other examples of stacked display techniques include Worlds-within-Worlds, Treemap, and Cone Trees.
[Keim, 2002]


References