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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
Earlier this month, Smaching Magzine posted a great list on modern approaches to Data Visualization. More strictly speaking, these are the approaches for information visualization (InfoViz). There's a slight difference between the two. Here are the definitions from Wikipedia:
Scientific (or data) visualization deals with data that has a natural geometric structure (e.g. MRI data or wind flows).
Information visualization handles more abstract data structures, such as trees or graphs.
From user experience perspective, good InfoViz is such an important part to improve people's productivity and satisfaction. Couple of things stood out to me from the post:
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