Transformable Information Representations User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition

Transformable Information Representations: Concept Definition

Interactivity in visual representations can come in the form of either manipulable representations or transformable representations. A transformable representation enables the user to adjust the processing for the visual mapping so that the data is structured in different ways. There are 5 common techniques used for developing transformable information representations including: filtering, data reordering, dynamic querying, magic lenses and attribute exploration.

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