A Web Based Architecture for Visually Coordinating and Publishing Multiple View Visualizations
2002) A Web Based Architecture for Visually Coordinating and Publishing Multiple View Visualizations. Technical Report TR-02-03, Computer Science, Virginia Tech. (
User coordinated visualizations are a powerful mechanism for building a visual interface. They allow a user to tailor an interface to their needs by choosing components, allowing visual representations customized to a task or user preferences. Snap-Together Visualization (Snap) is a web based system that allows for the creation and sharing of user customized visual interfaces. Users can bring their data to the system, compose a multiple-view interface, and visualize the data. They are then able to share the data and visual interface with other web users by providing a single URL. Snap provides a flexible architecture for coordinating independent interface components and sharing the resulting visualization.
|Item Type:||Departmental Technical Report|
|Keywords:||information visualization, multiple views, software architecture, component coordination, web based sharing|
|Subjects:||Computer Science > Information Visualization|
|Deposited By:||User, Eprints|
|Deposited On:||21 May 2002|