Processes in Visual Information Analysis
To design information visualization tools for collaborative use, we need to understand how teams engage with visualizations during their information analysis process. We report on an exploratory study of individuals, pairs, and triples engaged in information analysis tasks using paper-based visualizations. From our study results, we derive a framework that captures the analysis activities of co-located teams and individuals. Comparing this framework with existing models of the information analysis process suggests that information visualization tools may beneﬁt from providing a flexible temporal flow of analysis actions.
|Petra Isenberg, Anthony Tang and Sheelagh Carpendale. An Exploratory Study of Visual Information Analysis. In Proceedings of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). ACM Press, pages 1217-1226, 2008.|