Manipulable Information Representations User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Manipulable Information Representations: Concept DefinitionAs the complexity of data sets increases it can leave the viewer of an information visualization suffering from information overload. One way to combat this problem is to enable interactivity within the representation. Manipulable information representations enable the viewer to manipulate the view available to them. There are three key categories of manipulation – scrolling, overview to details, and focus and content.
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Information Visualization an Introduction to Manipulable Information Representations
Static representations of data have been with us for millennia; a single image of a data set can be incredibly useful but with the increasing complexity of data sets a static representation can also be inadequate to the task of delivering value to the user of the information visualization.Ed Dunbill, the VP of Strategy at Silicon Valley Data Sci...