Principles of Information Visualization User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Principles of Information Visualization: Concept Definition
Not all data, that we want to design information visualizations for, has a linear structure. In fact many data sets are completely non-linear in nature (think stations on the London Underground for example). In these cases we will need to develop a visualization which represents the network between the data points which are either connected to each other or contained from each other. There are four basic principles that need to be adhered to in order to create useful network information visualizations.
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The Principles of Information Visualization for Basic Network Data
Not all data has dependencies or a linear structure. In fact some data is related by either or a combination of two properties: connection and containment. These data sets are considered to be networks.An easy example of a network is the London Underground Tube Network. Here the stations are either connected (via railway lines) or contained (eit...