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    exciting exception (may be outdated, take a look) (Mitchell 2009)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


    viewing motion with motion is bad (Robertson 2008)

    multiview, static and dynamic(Keefe 2009)


    Interrante (Interrante 2000)

    multivariate fluid flow (Kirby)

    colin ware (Ware 2006)

    ... data

    assassin’s creed data (Charalambous 2014)



    (Sloan 2001)


    1. C. Ware, R. Arsenault, M. Plumlee, D. Wiley. Visualizing the underwater behavior of humpback whales. IEEE Comput. Grap. Appl. 26, 14–18 (2006). Link

    2. David Schroeder, Daniel F. Keefe. Visualization-by-Sketching: An Artist’s Interface for Creating Multivariate Time-Varying Data Visualizations. IEEE Trans. Visual. Comput. Graphics 22, 877–885 (2016). Link

    3. D. Acevedo, C.D. Jackson, F. Drury, D.H. Laidlaw. Using Visual Design Experts in Critique-Based Evaluation of 2D Vector Visualization Methods. IEEE Trans. Visual. Comput. Graphics 14, 877–884 (2008). Link

    4. Donna J. Cox. Using the Supercomputer to Visualize Higher Dimensions: An Artist’s Contribution to Scientific Visualization. Leonardo 41, 390–400 (2008). Link

    5. Peter Mitchell, Colin Ware, John Kelley. Investigating flow visualizations using interactive design space hill climbing. (2009). Link

    6. S. Bruckner, M.E. Groller. VolumeShop: An Interactive System for Direct Volume Illustration. Link

    7. S. Bruckner, M. E. Gröller. Style Transfer Functions for Illustrative Volume Rendering. Computer Graphics Forum 26, 715–724 (2007). Link

    8. C. Plaisant, J.-D. Fekete, G. Grinstein. Promoting Insight-Based Evaluation of Visualizations: From Contest to Benchmark Repository. IEEE Trans. Visual. Comput. Graphics 14, 120–134 (2008). Link

    9. G. Robertson, R. Fernandez, D. Fisher, B. Lee, J. Stasko. Effectiveness of Animation in Trend Visualization. IEEE Trans. Visual. Comput. Graphics 14, 1325–1332 (2008). Link

    10. D. Keefe, M. Ewert, W. Ribarsky, R. Chang. Interactive Coordinated Multiple-View Visualization of Biomechanical Motion Data. IEEE Trans. Visual. Comput. Graphics 15, 1383–1390 (2009). Link

    11. V. Interrante. Harnessing natural textures for multivariate visualization. IEEE Comput. Grap. Appl. 20, 6–11 (2000). Link

    12. R.M. Kirby, H. Marmanis, D.H. Laidlaw. Using concepts from painting. Link

    13. Panayiotis Charalambous, Ioannis Karamouzas, Stephen J. Guy, Yiorgos Chrysanthou. A Data-Driven Framework for Visual Crowd Analysis. Computer Graphics Forum 33, 41–50 (2014). Link

    14. Peter-Pike Sloan, William Martin, Amy Gooch, Bruce Gooch. The Lit Sphere: A Model for Capturing NPR Shading from Art. 143–150 (2001). Link

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