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Suggestion and Evaluation on Information Services in Viewpoint of Visualization Attributes

시각화 속성을 고려한 정보 서비스 평가 및 제안

  • Received : 2011.03.17
  • Accepted : 2011.05.12
  • Published : 2011.05.28

Abstract

While lots of information service providers utilize the information visualization to deliver information clearly and efficiently, the misuse of information visualization can occur many problems. We evaluated and analyzed visualization elements mainly applied to the representative information services. To find out the relation between attributes of visualization elements and efficiency of information service, we had analyzed attributes of target elements before we have evaluated. Through this study we revealed that Information visualization on information service has to be applied with considering the characteristics of information and each visualization element, and its elements can be optimized and support users to obtain intuitive insight when they are complementally combined and offer sufficient attributes additionally. We expect that the result of this study will be a guide for utilizing information visualization and developing visualization elements.

Keywords

Information Visualization;Visualization Attributes;Authoratory;BiomedExperts;ResearchGate;Academic Search

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