Saying It in Graphics: from Intentions to Visualizations

“We propose a methodology for automatically realizing communicative goals in graphics. It features a task model that mediates the communicative intent and

“We propose a methodology for automatically realizing communicative goals in graphics. It features a task model that mediates the communicative intent and the selection of graphical techniques. The methodology supports the following functions: isolating assertions presentable in graphics; mapping such assertions into tasks for the potential reader, and selecting graphical techniques that support those tasks. We illustrate the methodology by redesigning a textual argument into a multimedia one with the same rhetorical and content structures but employing graphics to achieve some of the intentions.” More here: Papers by the Sage Visualization Group.


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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