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A Guide to Visual Multi-Level Interface Design from Synthesis of Empirical Study Evidence

review ✓ A Guide to Visual Multi-Level Interface Design from Synthesis of Empirical Study Evidence Task relevant information; 3 simultaneous display rather than temporal switching is suitable for tasks with multi level answers Table of Contents Introduction Terminology Methodology Summary of Studies Decision 1 Single or Multi level Interface Decision 2 How to Create the High Level Displays Decision 3 Simultaneous or Temporal Displays of the Multiple Visual Levels Decision 4 How to Spatially Arrange the Visual Levels Embedded or Separate Limitations of Study Design Recommendations Discussion and Future Work.

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review ✓ A Guide to Visual Multi-Level Interface Design from Synthesis of Empirical Study Evidence Displaying multiple levels of data visually has been proposed to address the challenge of limited screen space Although many previous empirical studies have addressed different aspects of this uestion the information visualization research community does not currently have a clearly articulated consensus on how when or even if displaying data at multiple levels is effective To shed light on this complex topic we conducted a systematic review of 22 existing multi level interface studies to extract high level d.

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review ✓ A Guide to Visual Multi-Level Interface Design from Synthesis of Empirical Study Evidence Esign guidelines To facilitate discussion we cast our analysis findings into a four point decision tree 1 When are multi level displays useful 2 What should the higher visual levels display 3 Should the different visual levels be displayed simultaneously or one at a time 4 Should the visual levels be embedded in a single display or separated into multiple displays Our analysis resulted in three design guidelines 1 the number of levels in display and data should match; 2 high visual levels should only display.

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