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A graphical representation of data or concepts, which is either an internal construct of the mind or an external artifact supporting decision making.
Both scientific visualization and information visualization create graphical models and visual representations from data that support direct user interaction for exploring and acquiring insight into useful information embedded in the underlying data.
[Ferreira and Levkowitz, 2003]
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