Algorithms can exploit models and measures of human perception to generate scatterplot designs.
Scatterplots are widely used in various disciplines and areas beyond sciences to visually communicate relationships between two data variables. Yet, very few users realize the effect the visual design of scatterplots can have on the human perception and understanding. Moreover, default designs of scatterplots often represent the data poorly, and manually fine tuning the design is difficult.
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Last updated on 9 Apr 2017 by Luana Micallef - Page created on 5 Apr 2017 by Luana Micallef