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A scalability study of web-native information visualization

Donald W. Johnson, and T. J. Jankun-Kelly. Proceedings of graphics interface 2008, page 163--168. Toronto, Ont., Canada, Canada, Canadian Information Processing Society, (2008)

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Several web-native information visualization methods (SVG, HTML5's Canvas, native HTML) are studied to contrast their performances at different data scales. Using Java implementations of parallel coordinates and squarified treemaps for comparison, we explore the design space of these web-based technologies in order to determine what design trade-offs are required.

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A scalability study of web-native information visualization

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BibTeX key:Johnson:2008:SSW:1375714.1375743
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A scalability study of web-native information visualization

Donald W. Johnson, and T. J. Jankun-Kelly. Proceedings of graphics interface 2008, page 163--168. Toronto, Ont., Canada, Canada, Canadian Information Processing Society, (2008)