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February 15, 2010

The State of Information Visualization

Info courtesy: Patrick Lambe @ Green Chameleon

EXTRACT:“The State of Information Visualization” by Robert Kosara
Information Visualization (InfoVis) is an exciting field to watch grow and expand into ever new areas. Last year brought some interesting developments that point towards changes in how we do and see visualization. What does 2010 hold in store? Here is a look back and some ideas where we're heading.

  • 2009: What Was
  • 2010: What Will Be
  • Beyond 2010: What Is to Come... continue reading The State of Information Visualization
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