The set up of an evaluation method to judge the effectiveness of the space time cube.

Irma Kveladze, Menno-Jan Kraak

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Over the last years an increased interest in the use of the space-time cube to visualize movement data can be witnessed. However, little is known if the cube is truly efficient, and effective to satisfactory display complex movement datasets. Limited usability research has been done. This paper discussed the setup of an extensive usability evaluation of the space-time cube, based on four different use cases in varying complexity. The approach is characterized by early involvement of domain experts, which have provided the data and problems to be solved. The role of the domain expert is seen crucial and resulted in workflows or visualization strategies. Specific design guideline based on the cartographic theories, while considering depth cues have been applied to the space-time cube’s content.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelAmerican Association of Geographers 2012 (AAG) : book of abstracts
Udgivelses stedNew York
ForlagAssociation of American Geographers
Publikationsdato26 feb. 2012
StatusUdgivet - 26 feb. 2012
BegivenhedAAG Annual Meeting - New York City, USA
Varighed: 24 feb. 201228 feb. 2012
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KonferenceAAG Annual Meeting
LandUSA
ByNew York City
Periode24/02/201228/02/2012
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    Kveladze, I., & Kraak, M-J. (2012). The set up of an evaluation method to judge the effectiveness of the space time cube. I American Association of Geographers 2012 (AAG): book of abstracts New York: Association of American Geographers.
    Kveladze, Irma ; Kraak, Menno-Jan. / The set up of an evaluation method to judge the effectiveness of the space time cube. American Association of Geographers 2012 (AAG): book of abstracts. New York : Association of American Geographers, 2012.
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    Kveladze, I & Kraak, M-J 2012, The set up of an evaluation method to judge the effectiveness of the space time cube. i American Association of Geographers 2012 (AAG): book of abstracts. Association of American Geographers, New York, New York City, USA, 24/02/2012.

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    American Association of Geographers 2012 (AAG): book of abstracts. New York : Association of American Geographers, 2012.

    Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingKonferenceabstrakt i proceedingForskning

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    Kveladze I, Kraak M-J. The set up of an evaluation method to judge the effectiveness of the space time cube. I American Association of Geographers 2012 (AAG): book of abstracts. New York: Association of American Geographers. 2012