Cite Farm

(Ware 2006) (Schroeder 2016)

Related Work

DESIGN Design experts match user studies (Acevedo 2008)

Early efforts (Cox 2008)

exciting exception (may be outdated, take a look) (Mitchell 2009)

vis-by-sketching (Schroeder 2016)

other relevant volume rendering (Bruckner)

Artists interface for volume rendering (Bruckner 2007)

insight based eval – (Plaisant 2008)

MOTION

viewing motion with motion is bad (Robertson 2008)

multiview, static and dynamic(Keefe 2009)

MULTIVARIATE

Interrante (Interrante 2000)

multivariate fluid flow (Kirby)

colin ware (Ware 2006)

... data

assassin’s creed data (Charalambous 2014)

...

...

(Sloan 2001)

References

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