Transformable Information Representations User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Transformable Information Representations: Concept DefinitionInteractivity 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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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...
Information Visualization an Introduction to Transformable Information Representations
The more complex the data set, the more likely it is that a traditional static information visualization is going to struggle to deliver a useful end product for the viewer of the visualization. In order to combat this problem, it is possible to use computer software to develop interactive visualizations that allow the user to take some control ...