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{{Quotation|The Stardinates are a novel interactive Information Visualization (InfoVis) technique which aims at visualizing highly structured data. They represent some Gestalt principles very well, especially the principles of Closure and ’Prägnanz’. As a consequence, Stardinates form very distinct and memorable patterns which make abstraction and aggregation much easier.|[Lanzenberger, 2003]}}
 
{{Quotation|The Stardinates are a novel interactive Information Visualization (InfoVis) technique which aims at visualizing highly structured data. They represent some Gestalt principles very well, especially the principles of Closure and ’Prägnanz’. As a consequence, Stardinates form very distinct and memorable patterns which make abstraction and aggregation much easier.|[Lanzenberger, 2003]}}
  

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Stardinates
The Stardinates are a novel interactive Information Visualization (InfoVis) technique which aims at visualizing highly structured data. They represent some Gestalt principles very well, especially the principles of Closure and ’Prägnanz’. As a consequence, Stardinates form very distinct and memorable patterns which make abstraction and aggregation much easier.
[Lanzenberger, 2003]



References

  • [Lanzenberger, 2003]: Lanzenberger, M., "The Stardinates - Visualizing Highly Structured Data", Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information Visualization (IV'03), 2003.