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Mastering the Information Age: Solving Problems With Visual Analytics

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Mastering the Information Age: Solving Problems With Visual Analytics
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Publisher: Eurographics Association
ISBN-13: 9783905673777
Number of pages: 182

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The overarching aim was to create a research roadmap that outlines the current state of visual analytics across many disciplines, and to describe the next steps that have to be taken to foster a strong visual analytics community, thus enabling the development of advanced visual analytic applications.

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