Category Archives: Design Space

Building a Better Table of Contents

As I near the completion of my thesis, I find it challenging to navigate through 250 pages of prose and remember where certain arguments or certain pieces of evidence are located; or challenging to get a broad overview of the … Continue reading

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Papers, Rejections and Critiques

There have been a few recent blog posts after VisWeek about paper rejections such as Niklas’ Elmqvist’s Dealing with Rejection and Robert Kosara’s related Dealing with Paper Rejections. Rejections are certainly a painful part of the academic review process I’ve … Continue reading

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The Design Space of Typographic Data Visualization

There are many possible new visualizations using typography, some of which I’ve previously discussed in posts on this blog.¬†One way to consider this design space is to decompose it into the different elements¬†that can be used to assemble visualizations. These … Continue reading

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