Besides the ability to utilize visualizations, the process of creating and authoring them is of equal importance. However, for visualization environments beyond the desktop, like multi-display or immersive analytics environments, this process is often decoupled from the place where the visualization is actually used. This separation makes it hard for authors, developers, or users of such systems to understand, what consequences different choices they made will have for the created visualizations. We present an extended visualization authoring model for Post-WIMP interfaces, which support designers by a more seamless approach of developing and utilizing visualizations. With it, our emphasis is on the iterative nature of creating and configuring visualizations, the existence of multiple views in the same system, and requirements for the data analysis process.
|Veröffentlicht - Okt. 2021
|2021 IEEE Conference on Visualization & Visual Analytics (VIS)
|24 - 29 Oktober 2021