INVISQUE: Intuitive information exploration through interactive visualization

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Wong, B., Chen, R., Kodagoda, N., Rooney, C. and Xu, K. 2011. INVISQUE: Intuitive information exploration through interactive visualization. The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Vancouver, BC, Canada 07 - 12 May 2011
TypeConference paper
TitleINVISQUE: Intuitive information exploration through interactive visualization
AuthorsWong, B., Chen, R., Kodagoda, N., Rooney, C. and Xu, K.
Abstract

In this paper we present INVISQUE, a novel system designed for interactive information exploration. Instead of a conventional list-style arrangement, in INVISQUE information is represented by a two-dimensional spatial canvas, with each dimension representing user-defined semantics. Search results are presented as index cards, ordered in both dimensions. Intuitive interactions are used to perform tasks such as keyword searching, results browsing, categorizing, and linking to online resources such as Google and Twitter. The interaction-based query style also naturally lends the system to different types of user input such as multi-touch gestures. As a result, INVISQUE gives users a much more intuitive and smooth experience of exploring large information spaces.

ConferenceThe ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Publication process dates
Deposited01 Mar 2012
Output statusPublished
Accepted author manuscript
LanguageEnglish
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