Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

Simone Kriglstein, M. Pohl, C Stachl:
"Animation for Time-Oriented Data: An Overview of Empirical Research";
Talk: 16th International Conference on Information Visualization, IV 2012, Montpellier; 2012-07-10 - 2012-07-13; in: "Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Information Visualization", CPS, (2012), ISBN: 978-0-7695-4771-8; 30 - 35.

English abstract:
The usage of visualizations to aid the analysis of timeoriented
data plays an important role in various fields of
applications. The need to visualize such data was decisive
for the development of different visualization techniques
over the last years. One of the frequently applied techniques
is animation in order to illustrate the movements
in such a way to make changes in the data transparent.
However, evaluation studies of such animated interfaces
for time-oriented data with potential users are still difficult
to find. In this paper, we present our observations
based on a systematic literature review with the motivation
to support researchers and designers to identify future
directions for their research. The literature review is split
in two parts: (1) research on animation from the field of
psychology, and (2) evaluation studies with the focus on
animation of time-oriented data.

Animation, Time-Oriented Data, Psychological Aspects, Evaluation

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