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From Abstract Painting to Information Visualization

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Kang Zhang ; Texas Univ., Dallas, TX

Information visualization as a discipline can benefit from the techniques successfully used in art and science disciplines. Tufte provides a comprehensive examination of this idea and states that "to envision information - and what bright and splendid visions can result - is to work at the intersection of image, word, number, art". In this article, the author attempted to bridge abstract painting with information visualization, so that the latter could learn from the former in creating more aesthetic visualizations and thus making the viewer's visualizing process a pleasant experience

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

May-June 2007

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