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Displaying scientific graphics on computer

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2 Author(s)
Lincoln, J.E. ; Hudson Res. Assoc., Stuyvesant, NY, USA ; Monk, D.L.

Complex scientific graphics that reproduce well on paper may be difficult to display on computer because of the limited size and resolution of standard desktop monitors. This paper describes several methods for computer display of such large, dense graphics that preserve the usability of the graphics and support the ways users need to interact with the figures. Building on a simple structure of base panels and overlays joined by hypertext links, these methods provide ways of reorganizing figures into smaller graphical units that can be displayed easily, yet communicate all the information the original figure was designed to convey

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Jun 1997

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