Visualization: Using Computer Graphics to Explore Data and Present Information / Edition 1by Judith R. Brown
Pub. Date: 10/19/1995
Written in a lively style that will appeal to experienced and novice users and developers of computer applications. Emphasis is on basic techniques and strategies for making the most of off-the-shelf hardware and software technology to produce effective visualizations and illustrations. Explains how significant information can be obtained from data, pictures, images and animation. Describes a wide variety of applications ranging from finance, law, science and engineering to medicine, art, and sculpture. Includes scores of full-color illustrations with complete explanations to demonstrate the power of PC-based graphics.
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Table of ContentsWhat Are Graphics and Visualization.
The Power and Competitive Edge of Computer Graphics.
What Tools and Facilities Are Available?
Selecting the Software and the Computer.
User Inerface and Interaction Software Tools.
Reports from the Front Line: Case Studies and Applications.
Hitching a Ride on the Internet.
Forging the Future.
For Further Reading.
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