How to visualize

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () State transition graphs for semantic analysis of movement behaviours [d]
  2. () Explicating development of personal professional theories from higher vocational education to beginning a professional career through computer-supported drawing of concept maps [d]
  3. () Voila: visual anomaly detection and monitoring with streaming spatiotemporal data [d]
  4. () A mathematical picture book [i]
  5. () What's a 'tempestry'?: knitters turn temperature data into art [u]
  6. () Developing a business analytics methodology: a case study in the foodbank sector [d]
  7. () Visual storytelling with color and light [i]
  8. () The interdiscursive appeal of risk matrices: collective symbols, flexibility normalism and the interplay of 'risk' and 'uncertainty' [d]
  9. () The toxic sublime: landscape photography and data visualization [d]
  10. () How can pictorial representations stimulate the imaginative capacity of experienced multimedia designers? [d]
  11. Alan Male [ed] () A companion to illustration: art and theory [i]
  12. () The power and influence of illustration [i]
  13. () Once upon a spacetime: visual storytelling in cognitive and geotemporal information spaces [d]
  14. () Rethinking time: implications for well-being [d]
  15. () Comic strip narratives in time geography [d]
  16. Maria Pia Pozzato [ed] () Visual and linguistic representations of places of origin: an interdisciplinary analysis [i] [d]
  17. () Essential methods for planning practitioners: skills and techniques for data analysis, visualization, and communication [i] [d]
  18. () Data abstraction for visualizing large time series [d]
  19. () Improving spatial decision making using interactive maps: an empirical study on interface complexity and decision complexity in the North American hazardous waste trade [d]
  20. () Orchestrating overviews: a synoptic approach to the visualization of cultural collections [d] [u]
  21. () Interactive visualizations for supporting decision-making in complex socio-technical systems [i] [d]
  22. () Re-spatialization of time series plots [d]
  23. () Maps as geomedial action spaces: considering the shift from logocentric to egocentric engagements [d]
  24. () Journey: an illustrated history of travel [i]
  25. () Don't you dare try to teach science without building models! [u]
  26. () Cover stories: Visualizing scientist migrations [p] [d]
  27. () A descriptive framework for temporal data visualizations based on generalized space-time cubes [d]
  28. () The promise, practicalities, and perils of virtually auditing neighborhoods using Google Street View [d]
  29. () The impacts of domain-general vs. domain-specific diagramming tools on writing [d]
  30. () Experimental evidence for diagramming benefits in science writing [d]
  31. () The complete bike owner's manual [i]
  32. () A survey on visual analytics for the spatio-temporal exploration of microblogging content [d]
  33. () Visualizing and reasoning with imperfect time intervals in 2-D [d]
  34. Alison Black, Paul Luna, Ole Lund, & Sue Walker [ed] () Information design: research and practice [i]
  35. () Brightening the day with flashes of positive mental imagery: a case study of an individual with depression [p] [d]
  36. () Next-generation global biomonitoring: large-scale, automated reconstruction of ecological networks [p] [d]
  37. () How food works [i]
  38. () Mental imagery-based training to modify mood and cognitive bias in adolescents: effects of valence and perspective [p] [d]
  39. () Figurative frames: a critical vocabulary for images in information visualization [d]
  40. () Social media visual analytics [d]
  41. () Field study handbook [i]
  42. () Effectiveness of immersive videos in inducing awe: an experimental study [p] [d]
  43. () Seeing like the Buddha: enlightenment through film [i]
  44. () Science, lies and video-taped experiments [d]
  45. () A design pattern approach to cartography with big geospatial data [d]
  46. () Persistent challenges in geovisualization—a community perspective [d]
  47. () Familiarity vs trust: a comparative study of domain scientists' trust in visual analytics and conventional analysis methods [d]
  48. () Assessing science inquiry and reasoning using dynamic visualizations and interactive simulations [i] [d]
  49. () Conservation implications of anthropogenic impacts on visual communication and camouflage [p] [d]
  50. () A formal framework to represent spatial knowledge [d]
  51. () Instructed fear stimuli bias visual attention [p] [d]
  52. () Seeing what you want to see: how imprecise uncertainty ranges enhance motivated reasoning [d]
  53. () That's so meta!: usability of a hypergraph-based discussion model [i] [d]
  54. () An overview of the system dynamics process for integrated modelling of socio-ecological systems: lessons on good modelling practice from five case studies [d]
  55. () True south: Henry Hampton and 'Eyes on the prize', the landmark television series that reframed the civil rights movement [i]
  56. () Mapping software augments engineering design thinking [d]
  57. () The science of cooking [i]
  58. () Handbook on advances in remote sensing and geographic information systems: paradigms and applications in forest landscape modeling [i] [d]
  59. () Novel math: great literature is surprisingly arithmetic [d]
  60. () The cognitive science of sketch worksheets [d]
  61. () Designing computer-based learning contents: influence of digital zoom on attention [d]
  62. () How to map theory: reliable methods are fruitless without rigorous theory [d] [u]
  63. () Geographic visualization in archaeology [d]
  64. () How virtual reality can help visualise and assess geohazards [d]
  65. () Mental imagery in depression: phenomenology, potential mechanisms, and treatment implications [p] [d]
  66. () The role of craft-based knowledge in the design of dynamic visualizations [i] [d]
  67. () Seeing light at the end of the tunnel: positive prospective mental imagery and optimism in depression [p] [d]
  68. () Graph mapping: multi-scale community visualization of massive graph data [d]
  69. () Information presentation in decision and risk analysis: answered, partly answered, and unanswered questions [d]
  70. () Evaluating the effect of visually represented geodata uncertainty on decision-making: systematic review, lessons learned, and recommendations [d]
  71. () Integrative levels [as an organizing principle] [u]
  72. () Comparison of selected modeling notations for process, decision and system modeling [i] [d] [u]
  73. () Verbal redundancy in a procedural animation: on-screen labels improve retention but not behavioral performance [d]
  74. () Visual analytics of delays and interaction in movement data [d]
  75. () Of maps, cartography and the geography of the International Cartographic Association [d]
  76. () Narrative of the annotated space–time cube: revisiting a historical event [d]
  77. () Crime scripts [as diagrams] [i]
  78. () Drawing physics: 2,600 years of discovery from Thales to Higgs [i] [d] [j]
  79. () The legal macroscope: experimenting with visual legal analytics [d]
  80. () Digital health: tracking physiomes and activity using wearable biosensors reveals useful health-related information [d]
  81. () A viewpoint based approach to the visual exploration of trajectory [d]
  82. () Self-generated drawing: a help or hindrance to learning from animation? [i] [d]
  83. Richard Lowe & Rolf Ploetzner [ed] () Learning from dynamic visualization: innovations in research and application [i] [d]
  84. () Design is storytelling [i]
  85. () Spatio-temporal visualisation and data exploration of traditional ecological knowledge/indigenous knowledge [d]
  86. () The six extinctions: visualizing planetary ecological crisis today [d]
  87. () Assessment of energy sources using GIS [i] [d]
  88. () Designing instructional science visualizations in the trenches: where research meets production reality [i] [d]
  89. () Visualising higher-dimensional space-time and space-scale objects as projections to ℝ3 [d] [u]
  90. () An analysis of everyday life activities and their consequences for energy use [i] [d]
  91. () GeoBrick: exploration of spatiotemporal data [d]
  92. () The active construction of the visual world [p] [d]
  93. () Augmented reality: where we will all live [i] [d]
  94. () Looking across instead of back and forth: how the simultaneous presentation of multiple animation episodes facilitates learning [i] [d]
  95. () Strategies for learning from animation with and without narration [i] [d]
  96. () Improving information design practice: a closer look at conceptual design methods [d]
  97. () Grouping rules for effective legend design [in maps] [d]
  98. () Time and temporality in online corporate pictorials [d]
  99. () Seeing the wood for the trees: Social Science 3.0 and the role of visual thinking [d]
  100. () Geospatial big data and cartography: research challenges and opportunities for making maps that matter [d]
  101. () Seeing human lives in spreadsheets: the work of Hans Rosling (1948–2017) [u]
  102. () User studies in cartography: opportunities for empirical research on interactive maps and visualizations [d]
  103. Luca Saba [ed] () Neuroimaging of pain [i] [d]
  104. () The zoomable universe: an epic tour through cosmic scale, from almost everything to nearly nothing [i]
  105. () Learning from animations: from 2D to 3D? [i] [d]
  106. () Digital pictures, videos, and beyond: knowledge acquisition with realistic images [i] [d]
  107. () Developing & using interaction geography in a museum [d]
  108. () Visualizing spatial-temporal evaluation of news stories [i] [d]
  109. () Scaling-up camera traps: monitoring the planet's biodiversity with networks of remote sensors [d]
  110. () Drawing for promoting learning and engagement with dynamic visualizations [i] [d]
  111. () Visual tools for business model innovation: recommendations from a cognitive perspective [d]
  112. () Images of time: visual representations of time-oriented data [i]
  113. () A time-geographic approach for visualizing the paths of intervention for persons with severe mental illness [d]
  114. () Learning from static and dynamic visualizations: what kind of questions should we ask? [i] [d]
  115. () Seeing the whole [i]
  116. () Experienced wholeness: integrating insights from Gestalt theory, cognitive neuroscience, and predictive processing [i] [d]
  117. () A synoptic visualization framework for the multi-perspective study of biography and prosopography data [u]
  118. () The act of documenting: documentary film in the 21st century [i]
  119. () Pencil me in: the business drawing book for people who can't draw [i]
  120. () Participatory uses of geospatial technologies to leverage multiple knowledge systems within development contexts: a case study from the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  121. () A space-time GIS for visualizing and analyzing clusters in large tracking datasets [i] [d]
  122. () Geographic dynamics, visualization and modeling [i] [d]
  123. () Drawn together through visual practice: an anthology [i]
  124. () The idea shapers: the power of putting your thinking into your own hands [i]
  125. () Physics and video analysis [i] [d]
  126. () Telling stories about dynamic networks with graph comics [d] [u]
  127. () Patterns in nature: why the natural world looks the way it does [i]
  128. () Supporting students' research writing in psychology through argument diagramming [o] [u]
  129. () Spatiotemporal microbial evolution on antibiotic landscapes [p] [d]
  130. () Visual analysis and dissemination of scientific literature collections with SurVis [d]
  131. () Rich pictures: encouraging resilient communities [i]
  132. () Reading pictures for story comprehension requires mental imagery skills [p] [d]
  133. () Native plants of the Midwest: a comprehensive guide to the best 500 species for the garden [i]
  134. () Visual reasoning in science and mathematics [i] [d]
  135. () Animated visualization of spatial-temporal trajectory data for air-traffic analysis [d]
  136. () The infographic guide to science [i]
  137. () The truthful art: data, charts, and maps for communication [i]
  138. () Introduction to text visualization [i] [d]
  139. () Data visualization [in community-based research] [i] [d]
  140. () The bee book [i]
  141. () Diagrams of the past: how timelines can aid the growth of historical knowledge [d]
  142. () Beyond telling: where new computational media is taking model-based reasoning [i] [d]
  143. () Big history: examines our past, explains our present, imagines our future [i]
  144. () Disaster drawn: visual witness, comics, and documentary form [i]
  145. () Evolution: a visual record [i]
  146. () The evolution of pace in popular movies [d]
  147. () Narrative theory and the dynamics of popular movies [d]
  148. () The semiotics of emoji: the rise of visual language in the age of the Internet [i]
  149. () Cartographic grounds: projecting the landscape imaginary [i]
  150. () English for everyone: English grammar guide: a comprehensive visual reference [i]
  151. () Model-based systems engineering with OPM and SysML [i] [d]
  152. () Conversations and models: secrets to designing great products [u]
  153. () Bruce Archer's design process checklist [u]
  154. () Information visualisation for the wicked problem of safe construction design [d]
  155. () The multiple meanings of a flowchart [d]
  156. () Photoviz: visualizing information through photography [i]
  157. Georg F. Gartner, Markus Jobst, & Haosheng Huang [ed] () Progress in cartography: EuroCarto 2015 [i] [d]
  158. () Augmenting expert elicitation with structured visual deliberation [d]
  159. () Pushing the bounds of rationality: argumentation and extended cognition [i]
  160. () Why not both?: combining 2D maps and 3D space-time cubes for human trajectory data visualization [d]
  161. () Environmental data visualisation for non-scientific contexts: literature review and design framework [d]
  162. () Overview: a new perspective of earth [i]
  163. () Images, imagination and the global environment: towards an interdisciplinary research agenda on global environmental images [d]
  164. () An activity-centric argumentation framework for assistive technology aimed at improving health [d]
  165. () Photography: the abundant art [d]
  166. () From PGIS to participatory deep mapping and spatial storytelling: an evolving trajectory in community knowledge representation in GIS [d]
  167. () Trailersteading: how to find, buy, retrofit, and live large in a mobile home [i]
  168. () The structure of multimodal documents: an empirical approach [i]
  169. () The interface theory of perception [d]
  170. () How the body works [i]
  171. () Visualising powerful knowledge to develop the expert student: a knowledge structures perspective on teaching and learning at university [i] [d]
  172. () Overview of time issues with temporal logics for business process models [i] [d] [u]
  173. () Quality in business process modeling [i] [d]
  174. () A study of the influence of visual imagery on graphic design ideation [d]
  175. () Using visual diagrams and patterns for consistent and complete requirements [d]
  176. () Interactive visual knowledge discovery from data-based temporal decision support system [d]
  177. () Dear data [i]
  178. Lorenzo Magnani & Claudia Casadio [ed] () Model-based reasoning in science and technology: logical, epistemological, and cognitive issues [i] [d]
  179. () Ambition and illustration [u]
  180. () Visualizing evolution as it happens [p] [d]
  181. () Visualization as heuristics: the use of maps and diagrams in 19th century epidemiology [i] [d]
  182. () Scene construction, visual foraging, and active inference [p] [d]
  183. () Counter-mapping for social justice [i] [d]
  184. () Where to invade next [o] [u]
  185. () Immersive brain entrainment in virtual worlds: actualizing meditative states [i] [d]
  186. () Intersection of argumentation and the use of multiple representations in the context of socioscientific issues [d]
  187. () Dynamic cartography: a concept for multidimensional point symbols [i] [d]
  188. () Software architecture in action: designing and executing architectural models with SysADL grounded on the OMG SysML standard [i] [d]
  189. () From mental maps to GeoParticipation [d]
  190. () Medicine: the definitive illustrated history [i]
  191. () An evaluation of understandability of patient journey models in mental health [p] [d]
  192. () The visualizable, the representable and the inconceivable: realist and non-realist mathematical models in physics and beyond [p] [d]
  193. () The visualisation of ecological networks, and their use as a tool for engagement, advocacy and management [i] [d]
  194. () Lisbon Symbol Database (LSD): subjective norms for 600 symbols [d]
  195. () Personal informatics for everyday life: how users without prior self-tracking experience engage with personal data [d]
  196. () Sketching designs using the five design-sheet methodology [d]
  197. () The impact of comics on knowledge, attitude and behavioural intentions related to wind energy [d]
  198. () Use of digital technologies in education: the complexity of teachers' everyday practice [i] [u]
  199. () Seeing mobility: how software engineers produce unequal representations [d]
  200. () Multimodal location based services—semantic 3D city data as virtual and augmented reality [i] [d]
  201. () Design of visualizations for human–information interaction: a pattern-based framework [i] [d]
  202. () Visualizing mathematics with 3D printing [i]
  203. () Between the international and the everyday: geopolitics and imaginaries of home [d]
  204. () ViSTPro: a platform for visualization of spatiotemporal processes on Google Earth [d]
  205. () Extracting reusable design decisions for UML-based domain-specific languages: a multi-method study [d]
  206. () Supporting intelligence analysis through visual thinking [i] [d]
  207. () Superfood breakfasts: great-tasting, high-nutrient recipes to kickstart your day [i]
  208. () Atmosphere: context, detachment, and the view from above Earth [d]
  209. () Concept mapping [in community-based research] [i] [d]
  210. () Look inside: cutaway illustrations and visual storytelling [i]
  211. () Licences and open data in cartography [i] [d]
  212. () Help your kids with study skills: a unique step-by-step visual guide [i]
  213. () Truth or truthiness: distinguishing fact from fiction by learning to think like a data scientist [i] [d]
  214. Julius Wiedemann & Kaitlin Yarnall [ed] () National Geographic infographics [i]
  215. () Fast forward: the future(s) of the cinematic arts [i]
  216. () Process patterns and conceptual changes in knowledge representations during information seeking and sensemaking: a qualitative user study [d]
  217. () A decade of 'Enterprise integration patterns': a conversation with the authors [d]
  218. () Argument visualization and narrative approaches for collaborative spatial decision making and knowledge construction: a case study for an offshore wind farm project [i] [d]
  219. () The gardener's guide to weather & climate [i]
  220. Antonis Antoniou, Robert Klanten, & Sven Ehmann [ed] () Mind the map: illustrated maps and cartography [i]
  221. Danilo M. Baylen & Adriana D'Alba [ed] () Essentials of teaching and integrating visual and media literacy: visualizing learning [i] [d]
  222. () Enhancing creative problem solving through visual display design [i] [d]
  223. David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, & Trevor M. Harris [ed] () Deep maps and spatial narratives [i]
  224. () Data visualization: an untapped potential for political participation and civic engagement [i] [d]
  225. () Graph analysis and visualization: discovering business opportunity in linked data [i] [d]
  226. () A graph for every problem [i] [d]
  227. () The big picture [u]
  228. () Making sense of real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging (rtfMRI) and rtfMRI neurofeedback [p] [d]
  229. Jan Brus, Alena Vondrakova, & Vit Vozenilek [ed] () Modern trends in cartography: selected papers of Cartocon 2014 [i] [d]
  230. () Visualizing work processes in software engineering with developer rivers [o] [d]
  231. () Visuospatial displays: design problems and principles [i] [d]
  232. () A spatio-temporal network representation for manufacturing [i] [d]
  233. () Using scientific visualization to enhance the teaching and learning of core concepts [i] [d]
  234. () A survey of qualitative spatial representations [d]
  235. () Effects on learning of multimedia animation combined with multidimensional concept maps [d]
  236. () Four considerations for supporting visual analysis in display ecologies [i] [d]
  237. Maarten Coëgnarts & Peter Kravanja [ed] () Embodied cognition and cinema [i]
  238. () A field guide to the natural communities of Michigan [i] [j]
  239. () Action starring narratives and events: structure and inference in visual narrative comprehension [d]
  240. () Collaborative diagramming during problem based learning in medical education: do computerized diagrams support basic science knowledge construction? [p] [d]
  241. () Closed-loop training of attention with real-time brain imaging [p] [d]
  242. () Analysis and visualisation of movement: an interdisciplinary review [p] [d]
  243. () Frame innovation: create new thinking by design [i] [j]
  244. () Encouraging better graphic design in libraries: a creative commons crowdsourcing approach [d]
  245. () Seeing green: the use and abuse of American environmental images [i]
  246. () Ecology in an anthropogenic biosphere [d]
  247. () Patterns for visualization evaluation [d]
  248. () Hypercube-based visualization architecture for web-based environmental geospatial information systems [d]
  249. () Socially reconstructing history: the Social History Timestream application [d]
  250. () See for yourself: a visual guide to everyday beauty [i]
  251. () Visualizing computational social science: the multiple lives of a complex image [d]
  252. Jorge Frascara [ed] () Information design as principled action: making information accessible, relevant, understandable, and usable [i]
  253. () From stories to scientific models and back: narrative framing in modern macroscopic physics [d]
  254. () Universal logic as a science of patterns [i] [d]
  255. () Sharing information from personal digital notes using word-scale visualizations [u]
  256. () Cartographic visualization of human trajectory data: overview and analysis [d]
  257. () The systematic design of visual languages applied to logical reasoning [d]
  258. () The digital globe and new mediations of the environment [i] [d]
  259. () Analysis of basic relations within insights of spatio-temporal analysis [i] [d]
  260. () Argumentation in virtual collaborative environments addressing complex issues through remote synchronous collaboration [i] [d]
  261. () Fixating, attending, and observing: a behavior analytic eye-movement analysis [d]
  262. () Communicating the UX vision: 13 anti-patterns that block good ideas [i]
  263. () Facilitating problem-based learning by means of collaborative argument visualization software [d]
  264. () Mediating scale: from the cosmic zoom to trans-scalar ecology [i] [u]
  265. () The life of lines [i]
  266. () The age of the world motion picture: cosmic visions in the post-Earthrise era [i] [d]
  267. () Globalese: a new visual-linguistic register [d]
  268. () Citizen engagement through tangible data representation [d]
  269. () The rhetoric of thick representation: how pictures render the importance and strength of an argument salient [d]
  270. () Inductive visualization: a humanistic alternative to GIS [d]
  271. () Critical visualization in landscape and urban planning: making the invisible visible [d]
  272. () 'All the world's a stage': a GIS framework for recreating personal time-space from qualitative and quantitative sources [d]
  273. () The curious nature guide: explore the natural wonders all around you [i]
  274. Margaret L. Loper [ed] () Modeling and simulation in the systems engineering life cycle: core concepts and accompanying lectures [i] [d]
  275. () From snapshots to processes description—spatiotemporal modelling using RDF datasets and formal ontologies [u]
  276. () How posters work [i]
  277. () Adaptive relative motion representation of space–time trajectories [d]
  278. () 'Mountains of work': spatialization of work projects in a virtual geographic environment [d]
  279. () Visualization analysis and design [i]
  280. () The life course of women who have experienced abuse: a life chart study in general psychiatric care [d]
  281. () Storyboarding: a critical history [i] [d]
  282. () A sketch is not enough: dynamic external support increases creative insight on a guided synthesis task [d]
  283. () Mining and exploring care pathways from electronic medical records with visual analytics [p] [d]
  284. Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel, & Larry J. Leifer [ed] () Design thinking research: building innovators [i] [d]
  285. () The beneficial role of the VAST challenges in the evolution of GeoTime and nSpace2 [d]
  286. () Personal visualization for learning [u]
  287. () The sketchnote workbook: advanced techniques for taking visual notes you can use anywhere [i]
  288. () The art of illustrated maps: a complete guide to creative mapmaking's history, process, and inspiration [i]
  289. () Visual decision support for policy making: advancing policy analysis with visualization [i] [d]
  290. () UML @ classroom: an introduction to object-oriented modeling [i] [d]
  291. () Constructing knowledge art: an experiential perspective on crafting participatory representations [i] [d]
  292. () Cartography-oriented design of 3D geospatial information visualization: overview and techniques [d]
  293. () Unflattening [i]
  294. () Multisensory information processing [i] [d]
  295. () Cerebral cartography and connectomics [p] [d]
  296. () Descriptive geometry: vision-guided spatial reasoning [i] [d]
  297. () Value maps in applied ethics [d]
  298. (/2016) Energy bites: high-protein recipes for increased vitality & wellness [i]
  299. () An alternative method to constructing time cartograms for the visual representation of scheduled movement data [d]
  300. () Everyday cycling in urban environments: understanding behaviors and constraints in space-time [i] [d]
  301. () Data comics: sequential art for data-driven storytelling [u]
  302. () A visual analytics approach to segmenting and labeling multivariate time series data [u]
  303. () Visual families: graphic storytelling in design and illustration [i]
  304. () Aristotle's ladder, Darwin's tree: the evolution of visual metaphors for biological order [i] [d] [j]
  305. () The way to go: moving by sea, land, and air [i]
  306. () Visualizing dynamic networks with matrix cubes [i] [d]
  307. () A review of temporal data visualizations based on space-time cube operations [u]
  308. () Visual analysis of supply network risks: insights from the electronics industry [d]
  309. () Text and image: a critical introduction to the visual–verbal divide [i]
  310. () Smartphone screenwriting: creativity, technology, and screenplays-on-the-go [i] [d]
  311. () The state of the art in visualizing dynamic graphs [u]
  312. Emma Bell, Samantha Warren, & Jonathan Schroeder [ed] () The Routledge companion to visual organization [i]
  313. () Cosmigraphics: picturing space through time [i]
  314. Marsha Berry & Max Schleser [ed] () Mobile media making in an age of smartphones [i] [d]
  315. () Map art lab: 52 exciting art explorations in mapmaking, imagination, and travel [i]
  316. () Scalar travel documentaries: animating the limits of the body and life [d]
  317. () Adults can be trained to acquire synesthetic experiences [d]
  318. () The power of representation and interpretation: doubling statistical reasoning performance with icons and frequentist interpretations of ambiguous numbers [d]
  319. () Before we eat: from farm to table [i]
  320. () Visual strategy: a workbook for strategy mapping for public and nonprofit organizations [i]
  321. () Face out: the effect of book displays on collection usage [d]
  322. () Using visual information analysis to explore complex patterns in the activity of designers [d]
  323. Amaresh Chakrabarti & Lucienne T. M. Blessing [ed] () An anthology of theories and models of design: philosophy, approaches and empirical explorations [i] [d]
  324. () Improve your thinking by mapping it [u]
  325. () What does sound look like? [u]
  326. () Visual ecology [i] [d] [j]
  327. () The practice of light: a genealogy of visual technologies from prints to pixels [i]
  328. () The map and the territory: a practitioner perspective on knowledge cartography [i] [d]
  329. () Method usage in design: how methods function as mental tools for designers [d]
  330. () The visual microphone: passive recovery of sound from video [d]
  331. () SysML distilled: a brief guide to the systems modeling language [i]
  332. () A comparative study of thematic mapping and scientific visualization [d]
  333. () Knowledge design: a conceptual and curricular challenge [d]
  334. Billie Eilam & John K. Gilbert [ed] () Science teachers' use of visual representations [i] [d]
  335. () Learning to look beyond the frame: reflections on the changing meaning of images in the age of digital media practices [d]
  336. () Integrating 3D modeling, photogrammetry and design [i] [d]
  337. () In touch with the future: the sense of touch from cognitive neuroscience to virtual reality [i] [d]
  338. Ulrike Gehring & Peter Weibel [ed] () Mapping spaces: networks of knowledge in 17th century landscape painting [i]
  339. () Modeling the role of sketching in design idea generation [i] [d]
  340. () Linkography: unfolding the design process [i] [j]
  341. () More than pretty pictures?: how illustrations affect parent–child story reading and children's story recall [p] [d]
  342. () Visualized problem structuring for stakeholder consultations: enabling informed decision-making with argument maps and the argument browser [i] [d]
  343. () Beautiful data: a history of vision and reason since 1945 [i] [d]
  344. (/2017) UZMO: thinking with your pen [i]
  345. () Big board: teleconferencing over maps for shared situational awareness [d]
  346. () Integrating argument mapping with systems thinking tools: advancing applied systems science [i] [d]
  347. Weidong Huang [ed] () Handbook of human centric visualization [i] [d]
  348. () 4-D statistical surface method for visual change detection in forest ecosystem simulation time series [d]
  349. () The design method: a philosophy and process for functional visual communication [i]
  350. () Web-based spatiotemporal simulation modeling and visualization of tsunami inundation and potential human response [d]
  351. () Ethical darkness made visible: Michael Moore's Roger and me [i] [d]
  352. () Interactive visual summaries for detection and assessment of spatiotemporal patterns in geospatial time series [d]
  353. () Mapping family connectedness across space and time [d]
  354. () Infographic résumés [i]
  355. () Cool infographics: effective communication with data visualization and design [i]
  356. () Feature-based automatic identification of interesting data segments in group movement data [d]
  357. () Examining personal air pollution exposure, intake, and health danger zone using time geography and 3D geovisualization [d]
  358. () Geo-social visual analytics [d] [u]
  359. () Graphically structured icons for knowledge tagging [d]
  360. () Perceiving design as modelling: a cybernetic systems perspective [i] [d]
  361. () Illustration: meeting the brief [i]
  362. () Where do cinematic ideas come from? [d]
  363. () Rethinking 'big data' as visual knowledge: the sublime and the diagrammatic in data visualisation [d]
  364. () Information visualisation for science and policy: engaging users and avoiding bias [d]
  365. () Exploring eye movement patterns on cartographic animations using projections of a space-time-cube [d]
  366. () Study of the attentive behavior of novice and expert map users using eye tracking [d]
  367. () How do people view multi-component animated maps? [d]
  368. () The innocent eye: why vision is not a cognitive process [i] [d]
  369. () The last piece is you [d]
  370. () The web, the tree, and the string [i]
  371. () Making a machine that sees like us [i]
  372. Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel, & Larry J. Leifer [ed] () Design thinking research: building innovation eco-systems [i] [d]
  373. () Staging Zen Buddhism: image creation in contemporary films [d]
  374. () Multi-scale analysis of linear data in a two-dimensional space [d]
  375. () Understanding the world: the atlas of infographics [i]
  376. () Chop, sizzle, wow: 50 step-by-step kitchen adventures [i]
  377. () Visualizing player movement in sport using 3D Web GIS [u]
  378. () Visualizing knowledge along semantic and geographic dimensions: a web intelligence platform to explore climate change coverage [i] [d]
  379. () Human-centered interactivity of visualization tools: micro- and macro-level considerations [i] [d]
  380. () Performing knowledge art: understanding collaborative cartography [i] [d]
  381. () Remote sensing place: satellite images as visual spatial imaginaries [d]
  382. () The visual organization: data visualization, big data, and the quest for better decisions [i]
  383. () Designing an exploratory visual interface to the results of citizen surveys [d]
  384. () Towards (re)constructing narratives from georeferenced photographs through visual analytics [d]
  385. Roberto Tamassia [ed] () Handbook of graph drawing and visualization [i] [u]
  386. () Visualizations of coastal terrain time series [d]
  387. () In-session sketching: an adjunctive technique for brief dynamic therapies [d]
  388. () Your life in weeks [u]
  389. () Supporting representation management in intelligence analysis through automated decision aids [d]
  390. () Are we what we do?: exploring group behaviour through user-defined event-sequence similarity [d]
  391. () Medical illuminations: using evidence, visualization and statistical thinking to improve healthcare [i]
  392. () Can humans form four-dimensional spatial representations? [i] [j]
  393. () Personal information management: the case for an evolutionary approach [d]
  394. () Effects of visual feedback on medical students' procrastination within web-based planning and reflection protocols [d]
  395. Brenda K. Wiederhold & Stéphane Bouchard [ed] () Advances in virtual reality and anxiety disorders [i] [d]
  396. () The arts of the possible: information visualization in the field of politics [d] [u]
  397. () Beyond the name tag: connecting people and knowledge at conferences [i] [u]
  398. () Visual analysis design to support research into movement and use of space in Tallinn: a case study [d]
  399. () Buildup of spatial information over time and across eye-movements [p] [d]
  400. () Application of creativity tools to enhance the design of inherently safer urban infrastructure [u]
  401. () Kitchen gardening for beginners [i]
  402. () Visual analytics of movement [i] [d]
  403. () Space transformation for understanding group movement [d]
  404. () Towards privacy-preserving semantic mobility analysis [d]
  405. () A map of the world: according to illustrators & storytellers [i]
  406. () The screenwriter activist: writing social issue movies [i]
  407. () The atmosphere of the image: an aesthetic concept for visual analysis [d]
  408. () Calendars: representational homogeneity and heterogeneous time [d]
  409. () Code as cartography [d]
  410. () Gestaltlines [for visualizing multivariate data sequences] [d]
  411. () Becoming a successful illustrator [i]
  412. () Quiet beauty: Japanese gardens of North America [i]
  413. () Redefining geobrowsing [d]
  414. () Visual notation design 2.0: towards user comprehensible requirements engineering notations [i] [d]
  415. () The functional art: an introduction to information graphics and visualization [i]
  416. () Evaluating creativity [i] [d]
  417. John M. Carroll [ed] () Creativity and rationale: enhancing human experience by design [i] [d]
  418. Andrea Eugenio Cavanna, Andrea Nani, Hal Blumenfeld, & Steven Laureys [ed] () Neuroimaging of consciousness [i] [d]
  419. () Economics for the masses: the visual display of economic knowledge in the United States (1910–45) [d]
  420. () The last big atlas? [d]
  421. () Interactive three-dimensional geovisualization of space–time access to food [d]
  422. () Constant-scale natural boundary mapping to reveal global and cosmic processes [i] [d]
  423. () Visual narrative structure [d]
  424. () The visual language of comics: introduction to the structure and cognition of sequential images [i]
  425. () Design representations [for learning interventions] [i] [d]
  426. () Using Google Street View for systematic observation of the built environment: analysis of spatio-temporal instability of imagery dates [p] [d]
  427. () The graphic designer's business survival guide [i]
  428. Walter Didimo & Maurizio Patrignani [ed] () Graph drawing: 20th international symposium, GD 2012, Redmond, WA, USA, September 19–21, 2012: revised selected papers [i] [d]
  429. () Cartography: making sense of our worlds [d]
  430. () Diagrammatic writing [d] [u]
  431. () The diagrams book: 50 ways to solve any problem visually [i]
  432. () Next-generation field guides [d]
  433. () The influence of notational deficiencies on process model comprehension [u]
  434. () The nature and status of visual resources [i] [d]
  435. () Real-time fMRI links subjective experience with brain activity during focused attention [p] [d]
  436. () A practice-based approach to diagrams [i] [d]
  437. () A survey of two-dimensional graph layout techniques for information visualisation [d]
  438. () The design thinking approaches of three different groups of designers based on self-reports [d]
  439. () A micro view of design reasoning: two-way shifts between embodiment and rationale [i] [d]
  440. () A framework for modeling value in service-oriented business models: conceptualizations and graphical representation [i] [d]
  441. () Using life history plots to visualize criminal careers [d]
  442. () Guided self-management of transient information in animations through pacing and sequencing strategies [d]
  443. () Image analysis: an interactive approach to compositional elements [d]
  444. () Dynamic functional connectivity: promise, issues, and interpretations [d]
  445. () Visualizing time-varying topics via images and texts for inter-media analysis [d]
  446. () Listen with your eyes: towards a filmic geography [d]
  447. Pietari Kääpä & Tommy Gustafsson [ed] () Transnational ecocinema: film culture in an era of ecological transformation [i]
  448. () The therapeutic effects of narrative cinema through clarification: reexamining catharsis [d]
  449. () Strategies of visual argumentation in slideshow presentations: the role of the visuals in an Al Gore presentation on climate change [d]
  450. () Space to reason: a spatial theory of human thought [i]
  451. () Visual analytics in environmental research: a survey on challenges, methods and available tools [i] [d]
  452. () Visible learners: promoting Reggio-inspired approaches in all schools [i]
  453. () A methodological framework for researching the usability of the space-time cube [d]
  454. Simon Lacey & Rebecca Lawson [ed] () Multisensory imagery [i] [d]
  455. () What philosophy of mathematical practice can teach argumentation theory about diagrams and pictures [i] [d]
  456. () Conditioning the mind's eye: associative learning with voluntary mental imagery [d]
  457. () Solving problems with design thinking: 10 stories of what works [i]
  458. () Virtual geographic environments (VGEs): a new generation of geographic analysis tool [d]
  459. () StoryFlow: tracking the evolution of stories [d]
  460. () App-free zone: paper maps as alternative to electronic indoor navigation aids and their empirical evaluation with large user bases [i] [d]
  461. () Location-based illustration mapping applications and editing tools [d]
  462. () Big data in history: a world-historical archive [i] [d]
  463. () Visualizing the human connectome [d]
  464. () Thinking of images as data [i]
  465. () Network visualization: historical fragments of a visual culture [u]
  466. () Things come apart: a teardown manual for modern living [i]
  467. () Interactive exploration of surveillance video through action shot summarization and trajectory visualization [d]
  468. () Qualitative GIS and the visualization of narrative activity space data [d]
  469. () New narratives using conversational sculptures [3D models of conversation] [u]
  470. () Can spatial training improve long-term outcomes for gifted STEM undergraduates? [d]
  471. Amirouche Moktefi & Sun-Joo Shin [ed] () Visual reasoning with diagrams [i] [d]
  472. Antoni B. Moore & Igor Drecki [ed] () Geospatial visualisation [i] [d]
  473. () Within the mind's eye: negative mental imagery activates different emotion regulation strategies in high versus low socially anxious individuals [p] [d]
  474. () The design and composition of persuasive maps [d]
  475. () Cognitive tools shape thought: diagrams in design [d]
  476. () Cartography as a window to the world [d]
  477. () A diagrammatic calculus of syllogisms [i] [d]
  478. () Assessing mental imagery in clinical psychology: a review of imagery measures and a guiding framework [p] [d]
  479. () The history of visual magic in computers: how beautiful images are made in CAD, 3D, VR and AR [i] [d]
  480. Anat Pick & Guinevere Narraway [ed] () Screening nature: cinema beyond the human [i]
  481. () Drilling into complex 3D models with gimlenses [i] [d]
  482. () Tree thinking, time and topology: comments on the interpretation of tree diagrams in evolutionary/phylogenetic systematics [d]
  483. () Towards 4D cartography: four-dimensional dynamic maps for understanding spatio-temporal correlations in lightning events [d]
  484. () User experience design in professional map-based geo-portals [d]
  485. () The sketchnote handbook: the illustrated guide to visual note taking [i]
  486. () Synesthetic experiences enhance unconscious learning [d]
  487. Céline Rozenblat & Guy Melançon [ed] () Methods for multilevel analysis and visualisation of geographical networks [i] [d]
  488. () Visual encoding of acoustic parameters: framework and application to noise mapping [d]
  489. () Observing changing ecological diversity in the anthropocene [d]
  490. () Best self visualization method with high-risk youth [p] [d]
  491. () Tackling a wicked problem: water issues! How the Delta Dialogues Project is using dialogue mapping to build shared understanding [u]
  492. () Modelling students' knowledge of ethics [i] [d]
  493. () Storygraph: telling stories from spatio-temporal data [i] [d]
  494. () Visual leaders: new tools for visioning, management, & organization change [i]
  495. () Whiteboard selling: empowering sales through visuals [i]
  496. () A review of generic program visualization systems for introductory programming education [d]
  497. () Big data visual analytics for exploratory earth system simulation analysis [d]
  498. () Get started preserving [i]
  499. () A survey of visual analytics techniques and applications: state-of-the-art research and future challenges [d]
  500. () Graph drawing in TikZ [i] [d]
  501. () Authoring personal histories: exploring the timeline as a framework for meaning making [i] [d]
  502. () Presentation of clinical laboratory results: an experimental comparison of four visualization techniques [p] [d]
  503. David F. Treagust & Chi-Yan Tsui [ed] () Multiple representations in biological education [i] [d]
  504. () Putting time in perspective [u]
  505. () The psychology of practice: lessons from spatial cognition [i] [d]
  506. () Digital animation as a method to disseminate research findings to the community using a community-based participatory approach [d]
  507. () Using visual lifelogs to automatically characterize everyday activities [d]
  508. () Understanding as representation manipulability [d]
  509. () On polycubism: outlining a dynamic information visualization framework for the humanities and social sciences [u]
  510. () Visual discovery of synchronisation in weather data at multiple temporal resolutions [d]
  511. () Incorporating ringmaps into interactive web mapping for enhanced understanding of cardiovascular disease [i] [d]
  512. () The space–time aquarium is full of albatrosses: time geography, lifestyle and trans-species geovisual analytics [i] [d]
  513. () Music: the definitive visual history [i]
  514. () Great graphic design in half the time: the best software secrets, online resources and desktop tips [i]
  515. () Photographic representation and depiction of temporal extension [d]
  516. (/2016) Evolution [i]
  517. () The life and love of cats [i]
  518. () Are diagrams always helpful tools?: developmental and individual differences in the effect of presentation format on student problem solving [d]
  519. () A qualitative study on the exploration of temporal changes in flow maps with animation and small-multiples [d]
  520. () Mapping ocean noise: making a sound map for the oceans [u]
  521. () Talk to the eyes: if it can't be visualized, it's not a story [u]
  522. () 3D motion graphics for 2D artists: conquering the 3rd dimension [i] [d]
  523. () Information visualization [i] [d]
  524. () Lessons from learner experiences in a field-based inquiry in geography using mobile devices [d]
  525. () Navigating sociotechnical spaces: comparing computer games and sat navs as digital spatial media [d]
  526. () Business model you: a one-page method for reinventing your career [i]
  527. () The use of concept maps for knowledge management: from classrooms to research labs [d]
  528. Philip Cox, Beryl Plimmer, & Peter Rodgers [ed] () Diagrammatic representation and inference: 7th International Conference, Diagrams 2012, Canterbury, UK, July 2–6, 2012: proceedings [i] [d]
  529. () Communicating ecology through art: what scientists think [d]
  530. () Contested collective intelligence: rationale, technologies, and a human–machine annotation study [d]
  531. Michel Denis, Valérie Gyselinck, & Francesca Pazzaglia [ed] () From mental imagery to spatial cognition and language: essays in honour of Michel Denis [i]
  532. () Design for how people learn [i]
  533. () LeadLine: interactive visual analysis of text data through event identification and exploration [i] [d]
  534. () On images as evidence and arguments [i] [d]
  535. () Maps help landowners think beyond human scale [d]
  536. () Knowing when the camera lies: judicial instructions mitigate the camera perspective bias [d]
  537. () More than human [i]
  538. () Flexible visual processing of spatial relationships [d]
  539. () To make you see: screenwriting, description and the lens-based tradition [d]
  540. () Review of the state of the art: discovering and associating semantics to tags in folksonomies [d]
  541. () Tele-board: follow the traces of your design process history [i] [d]
  542. () Reassessing discovery: Rosalind Franklin, scientific visualization, and the structure of DNA [d]
  543. () Counseling through images: using photography to guide the counseling process and achieve treatment goals [d]
  544. () Fundamentals of materials for energy and environmental sustainability [i] [d]
  545. () Perspectives on reasoning about time [i] [d]
  546. () Next-generation digital earth [d]
  547. () Economix: how our economy works (and doesn't work) in words and pictures [i]
  548. () Universal accessibility and low-literacy populations: implications for human-computer interaction design and research methods [i] [d]
  549. () Rediscovering the world: map transformations of human and physical space [i] [d]
  550. () The construction of visual reality [i] [d]
  551. () Integrating publicly available web mapping tools for cartographic visualization of community food insecurity: a prototype [d]
  552. () How temporal and spatial aspects of presenting visualizations affect learning about locomotion patterns [d]
  553. () Three-dimensional visualization of an emotional map with geographical information systems: a case study of historical and cultural heritage in the Yeongsan River Basin, Korea [d]
  554. () The optics of life: a biologist's guide to light in nature [i] [d] [j]
  555. () Geospatial images in the acquisition of spatial knowledge for wayfinding [d] [u]
  556. () Pictorial argumentation in advertising: visual tropes and figures as a way of creating visual argumentation [i] [d]
  557. Andreas Krause & Michael O'Connell [ed] () A picture is worth a thousand tables: graphics in life sciences [i] [d]
  558. Antonio Kruger & Tsvi Kuflik [ed] () Ubiquitous display environments [i] [d]
  559. Olga F. Lazareva, Toru Shimizu, & Edward A. Wasserman [ed] () How animals see the world: comparative behavior, biology, and evolution of vision [i] [d]
  560. () Why we play: affect and the fun of games—designing emotions for games, entertainment interfaces, and interactive products [i] [d]
  561. () Art of explanation: making your ideas, products, and services easier to understand [i] [u]
  562. () MatchPad: interactive glyph-based visualization for real-time sports performance analysis [d]
  563. () Visualization for the physical sciences [d]
  564. () A world in one cubic foot: portraits in biodiversity [i]
  565. () Dynamic diagrams: a composition alternative [i] [d]
  566. () Globalization, localization, and cross-cultural user-interface design [i] [d]
  567. () Multi-touch wall displays for informational and interactive collaborative space [i] [d]
  568. () 3D TV and 3D cinema: tools and processes for creative stereoscopy [i]
  569. () Scientific visualization of landscapes and landforms [d]
  570. () Exploring point and interval event patterns: display methods and interactive visual query [u]
  571. () The diagram of flow: its departure from software engineering and its return [i] [d]
  572. () If looks could kill: the impact of different rhetorical styles on persuasive geocommunication [d]
  573. () Inventing the medium: principles of interaction design as a cultural practice [i]
  574. () MIM: highlights from the Musical Instrument Museum [i]
  575. () Lingua digitalis: dictionary for a connected world [i]
  576. () Six myths about spatial thinking [d]
  577. () Information technology for communication and cognitive support [i] [d]
  578. () Concrete vs abstract visualisation: the real world as a canvas for data visualisation [i]
  579. () Making maps that matter: situating GIS within community conversations about changing landscapes [d]
  580. () Semistatic animation—integrating past, present and future in map animations [d]
  581. () 2D and 3D visualizations of creative destruction for entrepreneurship education [i] [d]
  582. John Oates, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, & Mark H. Johnson [ed] () Developing brains [i] [u]
  583. () Open source intelligence in a networked world [i]
  584. () Collaboration technologies [i] [d]
  585. () Agents, individuals, and networks: modeling methods to inform natural resource management in regional landscapes [d]
  586. () Trees of life: a visual history of evolution [i]
  587. () Spatial visualizers, object visualizers and verbalizers: their mathematical creative abilities [d]
  588. () Life on the line: interacting with temporal event sequence representations [i] [d]
  589. Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel, & Larry J. Leifer [ed] () Design thinking research: studying co-creation in practice [i] [d]
  590. Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel, & Larry J. Leifer [ed] () Design thinking research: measuring performance in context [i] [d]
  591. () Photographic truth and evidence [d]
  592. () Presenting results as dynamically generated co-authorship subgraphs in semantic digital library collections [u]
  593. () Learning through constructing representations in science: a framework of representational construction affordances [d]
  594. () Visualizing the past: the design of a temporally enabled map for presentation (TEMPO) [d] [u]
  595. () Interactive analysis of time intervals in a two-dimensional space [d]
  596. () Modelling ecosystem structure and energy flow in a first year environmental biology practical: not a complete waste of energy [u]
  597. () Information graphics [i]
  598. () Urban farms [i]
  599. () Using GIS mapping to assess foster care: a picture is worth a thousand words [d]
  600. () Experimental evidence for improved neuroimaging interpretation using three-dimensional graphic models [d]
  601. () The design activist's handbook: how to change the world (or at least your part of It) with socially conscious design [i]
  602. (/2013) Usability evaluation of modeling languages: an empirical research study [i] [d]
  603. () Designing for social change: strategies for community-based graphic design [i]
  604. () Mobile apps for nature field guides [d]
  605. () The passionate photographer: ten steps toward becoming great [i]
  606. () Apprehending everyday rhythms: rhythmanalysis, time-lapse photography, and the space-times of street performance [d]
  607. Susan R. Singer, Natalie Nielsen, & Heidi A. Schweingruber [ed] () Problem solving, spatial thinking, and the use of representations in science and engineering [i] [d] [u]
  608. () Graphic design process: from problem to solution: 20 case studies [i]
  609. () Local axioms in disguise: Hilbert on Minkowski diagrams [d]
  610. () A window on reality: perceiving edited moving images [d]
  611. () Human-centered design of decision-support systems [i] [d]
  612. (/2014) Climate changed: a personal journey through the science [i]
  613. () The large-scale organization of 'visual' streams emerges without visual experience [p] [d]
  614. () Looking through Hägerstrand's dual vistas: towards a unifying framework for time geography [d]
  615. () Achieving psychological simplicity: measures and methods to reduce cognitive complexity [i] [d]
  616. () Multivariate-space-time cube to visualize multivariate data [u]
  617. () To approach cylindrical coordinates to represent multivariable spatio-temporal data [i] [d]
  618. () Perception while watching movies: effects of physical screen size and scene type [d]
  619. () Representing category and continuum: visualizing thought [i] [d]
  620. () The role of the visual arts in enhancing the learning process [p] [d]
  621. () The evolution of the calendar: how to use a calendar today [u]
  622. () Visualizing time: designing graphical representations for statistical data [i] [d]
  623. () Google Earth as a virtual globe tool for Earth science applications at the global scale: progress and perspectives [d]
  624. () MetroBuzz: interactive 3D visualization of spatiotemporal data [i] [d]
  625. () Mining photo-sharing websites to study ecological phenomena [i] [d]
  626. (/2016) Process mining: data science in action [i] [d]
  627. () Visualization of time-oriented data [i] [d]
  628. () Drawing to learn in science [d]
  629. () Stereoscopic-3D storytelling: rethinking the conventions, grammar and aesthetics of a new medium [d]
  630. () The components of spatial thinking: empirical evidence [d]
  631. () mapFAST: a FAST geographic authorities mashup with Google Maps [u]
  632. () How to: mapping your value stream [u]
  633. () Development of an open-source toolbox for the analysis and visualization of remotely sensed time series [d]
  634. () Flowstrates: an approach for visual exploration of temporal origin–destination data [d]
  635. () Visual exploration of large animal trajectories [i] [u]
  636. () The value of crime scripting: deconstructing internal child sex trafficking [d]
  637. () The pregnant body book [i]
  638. () Multi-touch screens for navigating 3D virtual environments in participatory urban planning [i] [d]
  639. Ronald A. Cohen & Lawrence H. Sweet [ed] () Brain imaging in behavioral medicine and clinical neuroscience [i] [d]
  640. () Merriam-Webster's Spanish–English visual dictionary [i]
  641. () A mobile system to visualize patterns of everyday life [i] [d]
  642. () Networks of photos, landmarks, and people [d]
  643. () TextFlow: towards better understanding of evolving topics in text [d]
  644. () Imaging technology and the philosophy of causality [d]
  645. () Investigating the impact of interpretive signs at neighborhood natural areas [u]
  646. () Sendas de vida: la vida cotidiana en un enclave consolidado de la Cañada Real Galiana [u]
  647. () Temporal visualization of boundary-based geo-information using radial projection [d]
  648. () The advantage of ambiguity?: enhanced neural responses to multi-stable percepts correlate with the degree of perceived instability [d]
  649. () Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for making everyday life more sustainable [d] [u]
  650. () Hindsight bias, visual aids, and legal decision making: timing is everything [d]
  651. () Inducing visibilities: an attempt at Santiago Ramón y Cajal's aesthetic epistemology [d]
  652. () Free and simple GIS as appropriate for health mapping in a low resource setting: a case study in eastern Indonesia [d]
  653. () Are things that are hard to physically move also hard to imagine moving? [d]
  654. () Expertise differences in the comprehension of visualizations: a meta-analysis of eye-tracking research in professional domains [d]
  655. () Perceptions: changing the picture [i]
  656. () Virtual reality for cultural landscape visualization [d]
  657. () Oxford guide to imagery in cognitive therapy [i] [d]
  658. (/2017) Displays: fundamentals and applications [i]
  659. () Illustrating the functional analysis with functional analytic clinical case diagrams [i]
  660. Richard Heinrich, Elisabeth Nemeth, & Wolfram Pichler [ed] () Image and imaging in philosophy, science and the arts, Vol. 2 [i]
  661. (/2015) Structured analytic techniques for intelligence analysis [i]
  662. () Slowmation: preservice elementary teachers representing science knowledge through creating multimodal digital animations [d]
  663. () Cognitive effects of argument visualization tools [and comment] [i] [u]
  664. () How to land a jumbo jet: a visual exploration of travel facts, figures and ephemera [i]
  665. () The strategic designer: tools and techniques for managing the design process [i]
  666. () Visualising the score: screening scores in realtime performance [u]
  667. () A rendering framework for multiscale views of 3D models [i] [d]
  668. () Seeing trees: discover the extraordinary secrets of everyday trees [i]
  669. () Interactive local terrain deformation inspired by hand-painted panoramas [d]
  670. () Conceptualizing magnification and scale: the roles of spatial visualization and logical thinking [d]
  671. () Simple marketing techniques and space planning to increase circulation [d]
  672. () The system diagrams: shifting perspectives [d]
  673. () View-independent action recognition from temporal self-similarities [d]
  674. () Mental imagery and visual working memory [d]
  675. () Visualising knowledge structures in biology: discipline, curriculum and student understanding [d]
  676. () Reaching the people: Isotype beyond the West [i]
  677. Robert Klanten, Sven Ehmann, Floyd Schulze, & Andrew Losowsky [ed] () Visual storytelling: inspiring a new visual language [i]
  678. () The cartoon introduction to economics [i]
  679. () Better PowerPoint: quick fixes based on how your audience thinks [i]
  680. () CloudLines: compact display of event episodes in multiple time-series [d]
  681. () The influence of text modality on learning with static and dynamic visualizations [d]
  682. () Visual analysis of large graphs: state-of-the-art and future research challenges [d]
  683. () Image use in field guides and identification keys: review and recommendations [d]
  684. () Designing for growth: a design thinking tool kit for managers [i]
  685. () Visual complexity: mapping patterns of information [i]
  686. () Using visual and narrative methods to achieve fair process in clinical care [d]
  687. () Through the looking glass: what computation found there [u]
  688. () Graphic design thinking: beyond brainstorming [i]
  689. (/2012) Samsara [i] [u]
  690. () Hi-trees and their layout [p] [d]
  691. () Science visual literacy: learners' perceptions and knowledge of diagrams [d]
  692. (/2018) The filmmaker's eye: learning (and breaking) the rules of cinematic composition [i]
  693. () Growing Buffalo's capacity for local food: a systems framework for sustainable agriculture [d]
  694. () On the role of design in information visualization [d]
  695. Brian M. Moon, Robert R. Hoffman, Joseph Donald Novak, & Alberto J. Cañas [ed] () Applied concept mapping: capturing, analyzing, and organizing knowledge [i]
  696. () A visual art interface to an embedded sequence of maps [d]
  697. () The role of flow charts in the early automation of applied mathematics [d]
  698. () Evaluation of a therapeutic concept diagram [d]
  699. () What teachers of science need to know about models: an overview [d]
  700. () They draw and cook: 108 recipes illustrated by artists from around the world [i] [u]
  701. () Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for developing effective policy [d] [u]
  702. () The development and rationale of cross-blended hypsometric tints [d]
  703. () Infinite possibility: creating customer value on the digital frontier [i]
  704. Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel, & Larry J. Leifer [ed] () Design thinking: understand—improve—apply [i] [d]
  705. () Visualizing regional income distribution dynamics [d]
  706. () Toward a visually-oriented school mathematics curriculum: research, theory, practice, and issues [i] [d]
  707. () Blah blah blah: what to do when words don't work [i]
  708. () The levels of visual framing [d]
  709. () Farm anatomy: the curious parts & pieces of country life [i]
  710. () Tool or toy?: virtual globes in landscape planning [d]
  711. () Future visioning of local climate change: a framework for community engagement and planning with scenarios and visualisation [d]
  712. () Visual teams: graphic tools for commitment, innovation, & high performance [i]
  713. () An alternative map of the United States based on an n-dimensional model of geographic space [d]
  714. () A chance to catch a breath: using mobile video ethnography in cycling research [d]
  715. () 'Movements that are drawn': a history of environmental animation from The Lorax to FernGully to Avatar [d]
  716. () Visual perception from a computer graphics perspective [i]
  717. () Visualizing thought [d]
  718. () Internationalist utopias of visual education: the graphic and scenographic transformation of the universal encyclopaedia in the Work of Paul Otlet, Patrick Geddes, and Otto Neurath [d]
  719. () Personal photography, digital technologies and the uses of the visual [d]
  720. () The right to play oneself: looking back on documentary film [i]
  721. () Backyard harvest: a year-round guide to growing fruits and vegetables [i]
  722. () LifeFlow: visualizing an overview of event sequences [u]
  723. () Evaluating life maps as a versatile method for lifecourse geographies [d]
  724. () Geo-tagged mobile photo sharing in collaborative emergency management [i] [d]
  725. () Application of system dynamics model and GIS in sustainability assessment of urban residential development [i] [u]
  726. () Visualize this: the flowing data guide to design, visualization, and statistics [i]
  727. () Climate change and the imagination [d]
  728. () Exploratory analysis of time-series with ChronoLenses [d]
  729. () A multidimensional perceptual map approach to project prioritization and selection [u]
  730. () Illustrative molecular visualization with continuous abstraction [d]
  731. () Statistical counterpoint: knowledge discovery of choreographic information using spatio-temporal analysis and visualization [d]
  732. Liliana Albertazzi, Gert J. Van Tonder, & Dhanraj Vishwanath [ed] () Perception beyond inference: the information content of visual processes [i]
  733. () How is value really created?: the value networks approach [i] [u]
  734. () Space, time and visual analytics [d]
  735. () HerbariaViz: a web-based client-server interface for mapping and exploring flora observation data [d]
  736. () Neuroimaging as a tool for functionally decomposing cognitive processes [i]
  737. () Frames of injustice: the bias we overlook [u]
  738. () Atlas of science: visualizing what we know [i]
  739. () Sensemaking software for crime analysis [i] [u]
  740. Alex A. T. Bui & Ricky K. Taira [ed] () Medical imaging informatics [i] [d]
  741. () Vision: keeping the world still when the eyes move [d]
  742. () Developmental trajectories in design thinking: an examination of criteria [d]
  743. () Emotional imagery: assessing pleasure and arousal in the brain's reward circuitry [d]
  744. () Mapping: a critical introduction to cartography and GIS [i]
  745. () The death of great ships: photography, politics, and waste in the global imaginary [d]
  746. John Dill, Rae Earnshaw, David Kasik, John Vince, & Pak Chung Wong [ed] () Expanding the frontiers of visual analytics and visualization [i] [d]
  747. () Comic book visualities: a methodological manifesto on geography, montage and narration [d] [j]
  748. () Video scribing for The Nous Group: behind the scenes [u]
  749. () Creating concept maps [u]
  750. () Translations: effects of viewpoint, feature, and naming on identifying repeatedly copied drawings [d]
  751. () Mathematics 1001: absolutely everything that matters in mathematics, in 1001 bite-sized explanations [i]
  752. () Integration of time-dependent features within 3D city model [u]
  753. () Origins and applications of the interpersonal circumplex [i] [d]
  754. Roman Frigg & Matthew Hunter [ed] () Beyond mimesis and convention: representation in art and science [i] [d]
  755. () Visualizing logical aspects of conceptual structures [u]
  756. () The algorithms and principles of non-photorealistic graphics: artistic rendering and cartoon animation [i] [d]
  757. () Brain imaging, cognitive processes, and brain networks [d]
  758. () Toward critical spatial thinking in the social sciences and humanities [d]
  759. () Visualizing scientific inference [d]
  760. Stephen José Hanson & Martin Bunzl [ed] () Foundational issues in human brain mapping [i]
  761. Kathryn Hennessy [ed] () Natural history: the ultimate visual guide to everything on Earth [i]
  762. () DK Portuguese–English visual bilingual dictionary [i]
  763. () Depicting time evolving flow with illustrative visualization techniques [i] [d]
  764. Mao Lin Huang, Quang Vinh Nguyễn, & Kang Zhang [ed] () Visual information communication [i] [d]
  765. () Challenging anthropocentric analysis of visual data: a relational materialist methodological approach to educational research [d]
  766. () Ways of mind-walking: reading, writing, painting [d]
  767. () Interactive design of 3D maps with progressive projection [d]
  768. (/2014) Designing with the mind in mind: simple guide to understanding user interface design guidelines [i] [d]
  769. () Visualization and comprehension [i] [d]
  770. () Ethics: a graphic designer's field guide [i]
  771. Daniel A. Keim, Jörn Kohlhammer, Geoffrey Ellis, & Florian Mansmann [ed] () Mastering the information age: solving problems with visual analytics [i] [u]
  772. () You-are-here maps: creating spatial awareness through map-like representations [d]
  773. Gwendolyn L. Kolfschoten, Thomas Herrmann, & Stephan Lukosch [ed] () Collaboration and technology: 16th international conference, CRIWG 2010, Maastricht, the Netherlands, September 20–23, 2010: proceedings [i] [d]
  774. () Visual selection contributes to artists' advantages in realistic drawing [d]
  775. () Visual analytics of large weighted directed graphs and two-dimensional time-dependent data [u]
  776. () Using computer supported collaborative learning strategies for helping students acquire self-regulated problem-solving skills in mathematics [d]
  777. () Land-Use Dynamic Simulator (LUDAS): a multi-agent system model for simulating spatio-temporal dynamics of coupled human–landscape system: 2. Scenario-based application for impact assessment of land-use policies [d]
  778. () How different variants of orbit diagrams influence student explanations of the seasons [d]
  779. () Visual exploration of eye movement data using the space-time-cube [i] [d]
  780. () HEALTH GeoJunction: place–time–concept browsing of health publications [d]
  781. (/2013) The cook's book of ingredients [i]
  782. () Automatic blending of multiple perspective views for aesthetic composition [i] [d]
  783. () Putting egocentric and allocentric into perspective [i] [d]
  784. () What I eat: around the world in 80 diets [i]
  785. () Chromatic cinema: a history of screen color [i]
  786. () The physical visualization of information: designing data sculptures in an educational context [i] [d]
  787. () Search patterns: design for discovery [i]
  788. () Understanding the changing planet: strategic directions for the geographical sciences [i] [d] [u]
  789. Romi Nijhawan & Beena Khurana [ed] () Space and time in perception and action [i] [d]
  790. () Business model generation: a handbook for visionaries, game changers, and challengers [i]
  791. () Paper spaces: visualizing the future [d]
  792. (/2017) World history: from the ancient world to the information age [i]
  793. () Visualization in mathematics, reading and science education [i]
  794. () Visualizing health data with micromaps [d]
  795. () Thinking visually [i]
  796. () Understanding chorematic diagrams: towards a taxonomy [d]
  797. () Geoscience explanations: identifying what is needed for generating scientific narratives from data models [d]
  798. Martin Reynolds & Sue Holwell [ed] () Systems approaches to managing change: a practical guide [i] [d]
  799. Alice M. Roberts [ed] (/2016) The complete human body: the definitive visual guide [i]
  800. () Cartographies of time: a history of the timeline [i]
  801. () Seeing ourselves: what vision can teach us about metacognition [i]
  802. Martha Elizabeth Shenton & Bruce I. Turetsky [ed] () Understanding neuropsychiatric disorders: insights from neuroimaging [i] [d]
  803. () Visual meetings: how graphics, sticky notes, & idea mapping can transform group productivity [i]
  804. Julie Steele & Noah P. N. Iliinsky [ed] () Beautiful visualization: looking at data through the eyes of experts [i]
  805. () Managing the design process: implementing design: an essential manual for the working designer [i]
  806. () An illustrated guide to relativity [i] [d]
  807. () A 3D visualization of multiple time series on maps [i] [d]
  808. () Brain connectivity in listening to affective stimuli: a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study and implications for psychotherapy [d]
  809. () Principles of map design [i]
  810. () Contemporary Mappa Mundi: American exceptionalism in the world city network [d]
  811. (/2014) No plastic sleeves: portfolio and self-promotion guide for photographers and designers [or: No plastic sleeves: the complete portfolio guide for photographers and designers] [i] [d]
  812. Carol Vorderman [ed] (/2014) Help your kids with math: a unique step-by-step visual guide [i]
  813. () Novelty as a dimension in the affective brain [d]
  814. () A graphical vector autoregressive modelling approach to the analysis of electronic diary data [d]
  815. () Visualisation of origins, destinations and flows with OD maps [d]
  816. () TimeMatrix: analyzing temporal social networks using interactive matrix-based visualizations [d]
  817. () Integrating 3D visualization and GIS in planning education [d]
  818. () FI3D: direct-touch interaction for the exploration of 3D scientific visualization spaces [d]
  819. Karoline Afamasaga-Fuata'i [ed] () Concept mapping in mathematics: research into practice [i] [d]
  820. () The complete guide to simulations and serious games: how the most valuable content will be created in the age beyond Gutenberg to Google [i]
  821. Raffaele De Amicis, Radovan Stojanovic, & Giuseppe Conti [ed] () GeoSpatial visual analytics: geographical information processing and visual analytics for environmental security [i] [d]
  822. () Using video and static pictures to improve learning of procedural contents [d]
  823. () Using visual representations of data to enhance sensemaking in data exploration tasks [u]
  824. () Simulation, situated conceptualization, and prediction [d]
  825. () Far out: a space-time chronicle [i]
  826. () Imagery rescripting as a brief stand-alone treatment for depressed patients with intrusive memories [d]
  827. () How different groups spend their day: interactive graphic [u]
  828. (/2014) The human brain book [i]
  829. () Cinema's mapping impulse: questioning visual culture [d]
  830. () Dynamic maps: a visual-analytic methodology for exploring spatio-temporal disease patterns [d]
  831. () The role of imagistic simulation in scientific thought experiments [d]
  832. () Proximity-based visualization of movement trace data [i]
  833. () A model of visual perception useful for designers and artists [d]
  834. () Examining client spiritual history and the construction of meaning: the use of spiritual timelines in counseling [d]
  835. () A picture is worth a thousand words: the case for graphic representations [d]
  836. () Participatory photo mapping (PPM): exploring an integrated method for health and place research with young people [d]
  837. () Breaking into freelance illustration: the guide for artists, designers and illustrators [i]
  838. () An unorthodox interpretive approach in information systems research: a picture is worth 1000 words [u]
  839. () Multimedia and decision-making process [u]
  840. Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin, & C. R. Perkins [ed] () Rethinking maps: new frontiers in cartographic theory [i]
  841. () Wars, massacres, and atrocities of the 20th century [d]
  842. () A survey of radial methods for information visualization [d]
  843. (/2013) Graphic design history: a critical guide [i]
  844. () 10 models of teaching + learning [u]
  845. () A model of the creative process [u]
  846. () Mapping a better world [u]
  847. () No small matter: science on the nanoscale [i]
  848. () Designing visual languages for description logics [d]
  849. () The mirror neuron system and observational learning: implications for the effectiveness of dynamic visualizations [d]
  850. () Seeing science [through data visualization] [u]
  851. () Visual representations in science [d]
  852. () Global inequality, death, and disease [d]
  853. () The elements: a visual exploration of every known atom in the universe [i]
  854. () Imaginative realism: how to paint what doesn't exist [i]
  855. () Exploring personality with the interpersonal circumplex [d]
  856. () The map as art: contemporary artists explore cartography [i]
  857. Adam Hart-Davis [ed] (/2016) Science: the definitive visual guide [i]
  858. () Information visualization services in a library?: a public health case study [d]
  859. () Re-thinking Apollo: envisioning environmentalism in space [d]
  860. () Visualizing food system concentration and consolidation [u]
  861. () Developing a geovisual analytics environment for investigating archaeological events: extending the spacetime cube [d]
  862. () Parallel coordinates: visual multidimensional geometry and its applications [i] [d]
  863. Carey Jewitt [ed] () The Routledge handbook of multimodal analysis [i]
  864. () Case study on visualizing hurricanes using illustration-inspired techniques [d]
  865. () Different levels of 3D: an evaluation of visualized discrete spatiotemporal data in space-time cubes [d]
  866. () Diagrams: innovative solutions for graphic designers [i]
  867. () An evaluation of space time cube representation of spatiotemporal patterns [d]
  868. () Looking and acting: vision and eye movements in natural behaviour [i]
  869. () Cognitive load and science text comprehension: effects of drawing and mentally imagining text content [d]
  870. () Spatial representation in cognitive science and film [d]
  871. () Visualizing spatial and temporal dynamics in Google Earth using Powersim [i] [u]
  872. () Visual language for designers: principles for creating graphics that people understand [i]
  873. () Inhabiting the image: photography, therapy and re-enactment phototherapy [d]
  874. () Seeing is believing: the credibility of image-based research and evaluation [i]
  875. () The visual miscellaneum: a colorful guide to the world's most consequential trivia [i]
  876. () 3D movie making: stereoscopic digital cinema from script to screen [i]
  877. () The 'physics' of notations: toward a scientific basis for constructing visual notations in software engineering [d]
  878. () Maps as comics, comics as maps [o] [u]
  879. () Non-discursive rhetoric: image and affect in multimodal composition [i]
  880. () 'Fear won't do it': promoting positive engagement with climate change through visual and iconic representations [d]
  881. (/2012) Prehistoric life: the definitive visual history of life on earth [i]
  882. () Cartographic representation of the sonic environment [d]
  883. () Visualising strategy: a classification of graphical roadmap forms [d]
  884. (/2015) Doing sensory ethnography [i]
  885. () Information recall of Internet news: does design make a difference?: a pilot study [u]
  886. () Stillness & light: the silent eloquence of Shaker architecture [i]
  887. () Concrete and abstract visualizations in history learning tasks [d]
  888. () Does spatial visualization ability improve after studying technical drawing? [d]
  889. () Images for change: community development, community arts and photography [d]
  890. () The effect of comic book's story character and color on farmers' knowledge gain about small sheep farm management in Kulur, District of Majalengka, West Java, Indonesia [u]
  891. (/2014) 3D: history, theory, and aesthetics of the transplane image [i]
  892. () Videogames: the new GIS? [u]
  893. () The ethics of Google Earth: crossing thresholds from spatial data to landscape visualisation [d]
  894. () The Sibley guide to trees [i]
  895. () 'Sort of set my goal to come to class': evoking expressive content in policy reports [d]
  896. Charles A. P. Smith, Jeffrey G. Morrison, & Kenneth W. Kisiel [ed] () Working through synthetic worlds [i]
  897. () Visual literacy: the missing piece of your technology integration course [d]
  898. () Virtual globes and geospatial health: the potential of new tools in the management and control of vector-borne diseases [u]
  899. (/2012) The survival handbook: essential skills for outdoor adventure [i]
  900. () A water accounting system for strategic water management [d]
  901. () Explanations in gesture, diagram, and word [i] [d]
  902. () Exploring time diaries using semi-automated activity pattern extraction [o] [u]
  903. () 2D and 3D representations for feature recognition in time geographical diary data [d]
  904. () Photography and science [i]
  905. () Living waters: reading the rivers of the lower Great Lakes [i]
  906. () Mirroring and attunement: self realization in psychoanalysis and art [i]
  907. () Advanced presentations by design: creating communication that drives action [i]
  908. () Developing practical decision support tools using dashboards of information [i] [d]
  909. Pragya Agarwal & André Skupin [ed] () Self-organising maps: applications in geographic information science [i]
  910. () The educational value of multiple-representations when learning complex scientific concepts [i] [d]
  911. () Virtual globes: the next GIS? [i] [d]
  912. () Cosmic imagery: key images in the history of science [i]
  913. () Poetics of cinema [i]
  914. (/2014) Knowledge cartography for controversies: the Iraq debate [i] [d]
  915. John J. Clement & Mary Anne Rea-Ramirez [ed] () Model based learning and instruction in science [i] [d]
  916. () Student/teacher co-construction of visualizable models in large group discussion [i] [d]
  917. () Creative model construction in scientists and students: the role of imagery, analogy, and mental stimulation [i] [d]
  918. () Qualitative spatial representation and reasoning [i] [d]
  919. () After the crash: research-based theater for knowledge transfer [d]
  920. (/2014) Using Compendium as a tool to support the design of learning activities [i] [d]
  921. () Landscapes of feeling, arenas of action: information visualization as art practice [d]
  922. () Keyhole, Google Earth, and 3D worlds: an interview with Avi Bar-Zeev [d]
  923. () Credibility and the use of geospatial media in activism and advocacy [d]
  924. () Earth matters: an encyclopedia of ecology [i]
  925. Martin Dodge, Mary McDerby, & Martin Turner [ed] () Geographic visualization: concepts, tools and applications [i] [d]
  926. (/2010) The atlas of the real world: mapping the way we live [i]
  927. Igor Drecki & Antoni B. Moore [ed] () Geospatial vision: new dimensions in cartography [i] [d]
  928. () Slide:ology: the art and science of creating great presentations [i]
  929. () A model of play [u]
  930. () Stories in GeoTime [d]
  931. (/2013) Visualising information for advocacy: an introduction to information design [o] [u]
  932. () Show me how: 500 things you should know, instructions for life from the everyday to the exotic [i]
  933. () Symbolic, Spatial, Mapping (SySpM): a framework for interpreting maps [d]
  934. () Multivariate geovisualization [i]
  935. John K. Gilbert, Miriam Reiner, & Mary Bird Nakhleh [ed] () Visualization: theory and practice in science education [i] [d]
  936. () Shivers down your spine: cinema, museums, and the immersive view [i]
  937. () Proposed cartographic design principles for 3D maps: a contribution to an extended cartographic theory [d]
  938. () Real scientists do it with models: the art of science visualization [d]
  939. () Discovering behavioral patterns in collective authorship of place-based information [u]
  940. () Functional neuroimaging of belief, disbelief, and uncertainty [d]
  941. () The role of map animation for geographic visualization [i] [d]
  942. () The art of engagement: bridging the gap between people and possibilities [i]
  943. () Time course of visual perception: coarse-to-fine processing and beyond [d]
  944. () The design entrepreneur: turning graphic design into goods that sell [i]
  945. () Digital visualization as a scholarly activity [d]
  946. () Spatial reasoning with external visualizations: what matters is what you see, not whether you interact [d]
  947. () National Wildlife Federation field guide to trees of North America [i]
  948. () Geovisualization and time: new opportunities for the space-time cube [i] [d]
  949. () The origin of the vertebrate eye [d]
  950. () The emergence and use of diagramming in system dynamics: a critical account [d]
  951. () Gapminder: unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view: flash animations bringing enormous amounts of data to life [i]
  952. () Land-Use Dynamic Simulator (LUDAS): a multi-agent system model for simulating spatio-temporal dynamics of coupled human–landscape system: I. Structure and theoretical specification [d]
  953. () The time wave: a new method of visual exploration of geo-data in timespace [d]
  954. () Visualizing multiwavelength astrophysical data [d]
  955. Richard Lowe & Wolfgang Schnotz [ed] () Learning with animation: research implications for design [i]
  956. (/2014) Template-based structured argumentation [i] [d]
  957. () Supporting medical decision making with argumentation tools [d]
  958. () Sustainable prevention of water associated infection risks: an awareness campaign using visual media [i] [d]
  959. () Proof as a path of light [i] [d]
  960. () The way we work: getting to know the amazing human body [i]
  961. () Race-conscious transnational activists with cameras: mediators of compassion [d]
  962. () Cartographic design and the quality of climate change maps [d]
  963. () A tropical marine microbial natural products geobibliography as an example of desktop exploration of current research using web visualisation tools [d]
  964. () Moving objects in static maps, animation, and the space-time cube [u]
  965. () A three-dimensional network-based space–time prism [d]
  966. () VISTORY: visualizing relations of multi-timelines [in Japanese] [u]
  967. () Developing complex mental models in biology through model evolution [i] [d]
  968. () Maps for advocacy: an introduction to geographical mapping techniques [i] [u]
  969. (/2014) Computer supported argument visualisation: modelling in consultative democracy around wicked problems [i] [d]
  970. Alexandra Okada, Simon J. Buckingham Shum, & Tony Sherborne [ed] (/2014) Knowledge cartography: software tools and mapping techniques [i] [d]
  971. (/2014) Scaffolding school students' scientific argumentation in inquiry-based learning with evidence maps [i] [d]
  972. (/2013) An introduction to computer graphics for artists [i] [d]
  973. () The development of the sequential diagrammatic reformulation [u]
  974. () Three-dimensional metrics for the analysis of spatiotemporal data in ecology [d]
  975. () An integrated model for conceptualising visual competence in scientific research and communication [d]
  976. Christopher Pettit, William Cartwright, Ian D. Bishop, Kim Lowell, David Pullar, & David Duncan [ed] () Landscape analysis and visualisation: spatial models for natural resource management and planning [i] [d]
  977. () The continuous present in Ozu Yasujirō's Late spring [d]
  978. () Creative advertising: ideas and techniques from the world's best campaigns [i]
  979. (/2014) How to be an illustrator [i]
  980. () Presentation Zen: simple ideas on presentation design and delivery [i]
  981. (/2014) Cognitive and pedagogical benefits of argument mapping: L.A.M.P. guides the way to better thinking [i] [d]
  982. () Drawing into abstraction: practices of observation and visualisation in the work of Santiago Ramón y Cajal [d]
  983. () The back of the napkin: solving problems and selling ideas with pictures [i]
  984. () Trees: a visual guide [i]
  985. () Staging data: theatre as a tool for analysis and knowledge transfer in health research [d]
  986. () Multivariate geovisualization of archaeological events using the space-time cube [u]
  987. () Scientific imaging with Photoshop: methods, measurement, and output [i]
  988. () A space-time GIS approach to exploring large individual-based spatiotemporal datasets [d]
  989. () Travails in the third dimension: a critical evaluation of three-dimensional geographical visualization [i] [d]
  990. () Can visualisation save the world?: lessons for landscape architects from visualizing local climate change [i]
  991. (/2014) Mapping the curriculum: how concept maps can improve the effectiveness of course development [i] [d]
  992. () Looks are (almost) everything: where drivers look to get information [d]
  993. () Visual intelligence: using the deep patterns of visual language to build cognitive skills [d]
  994. Simeon J. Simoff, Michael H. Böhlen, & Arturas Mazeika [ed] () Visual data mining: theory, techniques and tools for visual analytics [i] [d]
  995. () Visualizing human movement in attribute space [i]
  996. () Visual thinking and neuroscience [d]
  997. () AuthorMapper: scientific research and author locations globally [u]
  998. Gem Stapleton, John Howse, & John Lee [ed] () Diagrammatic representation and inference: 5th international conference, Diagrams 2008, Herrsching, Germany, September 19–21, 2008: proceedings [i] [d]
  999. () Graphic abilities in relation to mathematical and scientific ability in adolescents [d]
  1000. () Images as action instruments in complex projects [d]
  1001. (/2015) Data visualization: principles and practice [i]
  1002. () Fundamentals of digital imaging [i] [d]
  1003. Charlotte Uhlenbroek [ed] (/2011) Animal life [i]
  1004. () X-ray: see through the world around you [i]
  1005. () Otto Neurath: the language of the global polis [i]
  1006. () Visual thinking for design [i] [d]
  1007. () Why do we keep turning time into space? [i]
  1008. () Unfolding the earth: myriahedral projections [d]
  1009. () The use of system dynamics simulation in water resources management [d]
  1010. () What's in view for toddlers?: using a head camera to study visual experience [d]
  1011. () Exploring potential human activities in physical and virtual spaces: a spatio-temporal GIS approach [d]
  1012. () Visualizing and analyzing activities in an integrated space–time environment: temporal geographic information system design and implementation [d]
  1013. () Diagrams for the masses: raising public awareness—from Neurath to Gapminder and Google Earth [i] [d]
  1014. Ahmed H. Zewail [ed] () Physical biology: from atoms to medicine [i]
  1015. () Activities, ringmaps and geovisualization of large human movement fields [d]
  1016. () Time–space transformations of geographic space for exploring, analyzing and visualizing transportation systems [d]
  1017. () Visualizing time-oriented data: a systematic view [d]
  1018. James R. Akerman & Robert W. Karrow [ed] () Maps: finding our place in the world [i]
  1019. () Turning back the linguistic turn in the theory of knowledge [d]
  1020. () Attention to touch weakens audiovisual speech integration [d]
  1021. () TimeLine and visualization of multiple-data sets and the visualization querying challenge [d]
  1022. () Treatment of PTSD: a comparison of imaginal exposure with and without imagery rescripting [p] [d]
  1023. () A seed is sleepy [i]
  1024. () Geointerpretation: the interpretive potential of maps [u]
  1025. () Kaleidomaps: a new technique for the visualization of multivariate time-series data [d]
  1026. () A framework for visualization and exploration of events [d]
  1027. (/2017) Foods to fight cancer: essential foods to help prevent cancer [i]
  1028. () The impact of working memory limitations on the design process during conceptualization [d]
  1029. () An anthropology of luminosity: the agency of light [d]
  1030. Liora Bresler [ed] () International handbook of research in arts education [i] [d]
  1031. (/2016) Grow vegetables [i]
  1032. () Time-geography: individuals in time and space [i] [d]
  1033. () Picturing civic journalism: how photographers and graphic designers visually communicate the principles of civic journalism [d]
  1034. () Cartographic cinema [i]
  1035. () Science communication media for scientists and the public [d]
  1036. () Objectivity [i]
  1037. () Perceiving causation via videomicroscopy [d]
  1038. () A model of innovation [u]
  1039. () From image to model: remote sensing and urban modeling [i] [d]
  1040. () Cultural factors in digital cartographic design: implications for communication to diverse users [d]
  1041. () Syntactic structures in graphics [u]
  1042. () Thinking beyond the shown: implicit inferences in evidence and argument [d]
  1043. () Informe–resumen del proceso de reivindicación territorial del Pueblo Indígena Ese Ejja en el Bajo Heath Boliviano [u]
  1044. () How to grow as an illustrator [i]
  1045. (/2009) Bird: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1046. () Fractals and geography [i] [d]
  1047. () A transparently scalable visualization architecture for exploring the universe [d]
  1048. () Tools for ideas: an introduction to architectural design [i]
  1049. () Visual thinking in mathematics: an epistemological study [i] [d]
  1050. (/2012) Geometry and its applications in arts, nature and technology [i]
  1051. () Actions as space–time shapes [d]
  1052. () Unclassed animated choropleth maps [d]
  1053. () Climate, niche conservatism, and the global bird diversity gradient [d]
  1054. () Made to stick: why some ideas survive and others die [i]
  1055. (/2013) Studio thinking 2: the real benefits of visual arts education [i]
  1056. () Less is more original? [d]
  1057. () Considering photographs never taken during photo-production projects [d]
  1058. () Instructional animation versus static pictures: a meta-analysis [d]
  1059. () Visualizing personal networks: working with participant-aided sociograms [d]
  1060. () Spatial microsimulation models [i] [d]
  1061. () Imagery rescripting in cognitive behaviour therapy: images, treatment techniques and outcomes [p] [d]
  1062. Leonard J. Hopper & Smith Maran Architects [ed] () Landscape architectural graphic standards [i]
  1063. () New tools for resolving wicked problems: mess mapping and resolution mapping processes [u]
  1064. (/2012) Voice & vision: a creative approach to narrative film and DV production [i]
  1065. () The process of developing audiovisual patient information: challenges and opportunities [d]
  1066. () Knowledge creation, business and art: exploring the contradictions and commonalities [d]
  1067. () Lines: a brief history [i]
  1068. () Color design for the color vision impaired [d]
  1069. () Introducing plan oblique relief [d]
  1070. () Understanding spatiotemporal patterns: visual ordering of space and time [d]
  1071. () Building a secure internal attachment: an intra-relational approach to ego strengthening and emotional processing with chronically traumatized clients [p] [d]
  1072. () Towards a periodic table of visualization methods for management [o] [u]
  1073. () Visualizing large-scale uncertainty in astrophysical data [d]
  1074. () Visual interest in pictorial art during an aesthetic experience [d]
  1075. () Introduction to multimodal analysis [i]
  1076. (/2017) Illustration: a theoretical and contextual perspective [i]
  1077. () A visual dashboard for moving health technologies from 'lab to village' [d]
  1078. () Defining vision: what homology thinking contributes [d]
  1079. () A comparison of social network mapping and personal network visualization [d]
  1080. () Effects of animations in zooming and panning operations on web maps: a web-based experiment [d]
  1081. () How to think like a great graphic designer [i]
  1082. () Designing interpretive signs: principles in practice [i]
  1083. (/2016) DK complete atlas of the world [i]
  1084. () Scoping the Amazon: image, icon, ethnography [i]
  1085. () Transit maps of the world [i]
  1086. () Toward a geographically-integrated, connected world history: employing geographic information systems (GIS) [d]
  1087. () Mapping as a visual health communication tool: promises and dilemmas [p] [d]
  1088. () 3D-mapping optimization of embodied energy of transportation [d]
  1089. () Selected readings [on information design] [i] [u]
  1090. Sarah Pink [ed] () Visual interventions: applied visual anthropology [i]
  1091. () Things and places: how the mind connects with the world [i]
  1092. () Digital globes [i] [d]
  1093. () Visual technology unveils the beauty of statistics and swaps policy from dissemination to access [u]
  1094. Léna Sanders [ed] () Models in spatial analysis [i] [d]
  1095. () The process of spatial diffusion and modeling change [i] [d]
  1096. () Automating visualization and analysis of lifelines in a GIS [o] [u]
  1097. () Highlighting spacetime patterns: effective visual encodings for interactive decision-making [d]
  1098. () A school like mine: a unique celebration of schools around the world [i]
  1099. () Visualization of historical weather records: requirements and usability of digital media in scientific expert-to-non-expert communication [o]
  1100. () Finding narratives of time and space [i]
  1101. () Advertising: new techniques for visual seduction [i]
  1102. () Comparing synthesis strategies of novice graphic designers using digital and traditional design tools [d]
  1103. () Learning by doing versus learning by viewing: three experimental comparisons of learner-generated versus author-provided graphic organizers [d]
  1104. () The designer's atlas of sustainability [i]
  1105. () Creating the breakthrough portfolio: strategies for managing a successful career [i]
  1106. () Multi-agent simulations of spatial dynamics [i] [d]
  1107. () Signage systems & information graphics: a professional sourcebook [i]
  1108. (/2010) Darwin's pictures: views of evolutionary theory, 1837–1874 [i]
  1109. () Spatial ability: a neglected dimension in talent searches for intellectually precocious youth [d]
  1110. () A story of visual cultural and pedagogical webs [i] [d]
  1111. () Interactive visual exploration of a large spatio-temporal dataset: reflections on a geovisualization mashup [d]
  1112. () Else/where: mapping new cartographies of networks and territories [i]
  1113. Liliana Albertazzi [ed] () Visual thought: the depictive space of perception [i]
  1114. () Math made visual: creating images for understanding mathematics [i]
  1115. () Advertising strategy: creative tactics from the outside/in [i]
  1116. () Using spatial information to improve collective understanding of shared environmental problems at watershed level [d]
  1117. () Improving work processes by making the invisible visible [d]
  1118. William L. Balée & Clark L. Erickson [ed] () Time and complexity in historical ecology: studies in the neotropical lowlands [i]
  1119. () Humans prefer curved visual objects [d]
  1120. Dave Barker-Plummer, Richard Cox, & Nik Swoboda [ed] () Diagrammatic representation and inference: 4th international conference, Diagrams 2006, Stanford, CA, USA, June 28–30, 2006: proceedings [i] [d]
  1121. () Distortion of area in the global-scale cognitive map: a geographic perspective [i] [u]
  1122. Audrey Bennett [ed] () Design studies: theory and research in graphic design [i]
  1123. () Design management: managing design strategy, process and implementation [i]
  1124. () Earth-friendly graphics: lifestyles of health and sustainability [i]
  1125. () The way Hollywood tells it: story and style in modern movies [i]
  1126. () Do you see what I see?: examining the epistemic barriers to sustainable agriculture [d]
  1127. () The world in a suitcase: psychosocial support using artwork with refugee children in South Africa [u]
  1128. () Dialogue mapping: building shared understanding of wicked problems [i]
  1129. () Merriam-Webster's visual dictionary [i]
  1130. () Graphic design that works: secrets for successful logo, magazine, brochure, promotion, and identity design [i]
  1131. () The visual language of spatial planning: exploring cartographic representations for spatial planning in Europe [i]
  1132. () Objects and spaces: the visual language of graphics [i] [d]
  1133. Peter Frances & Angeles Gavira Guerrero [ed] (/2014) Ocean: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1134. () Self-criticism and self-warmth: an imagery study exploring their relation to depression [d]
  1135. () Variances in the impact of visual stimuli on design problem solving performance [d]
  1136. () A comparison of animated maps with static small-multiple maps for visually identifying space-time clusters [d]
  1137. (/2007) Seeing problems, seeing solutions: abduction and diagrammatic reasoning in a theory of scientific discovery [o] [u]
  1138. () What we do not know: using information murals to portray scientific ignorance [d]
  1139. Alexander Hornberg [ed] (/2017) Handbook of machine and computer vision: the guide for developers and users [i] [d]
  1140. () Matrices or node-link diagrams: which visual representation is better for visualising connectivity models? [d]
  1141. (/2009) Seeds: time capsules of life [i]
  1142. () The effect of verbal and visuo-spatial abilities on the development of knowledge of the Earth [d]
  1143. () Graph design for the eye and mind [i] [d]
  1144. () Geovisualization and knowledge discovery for decision-making in ecological network planning [i] [u]
  1145. () Solution driven versus problem driven design: strategies and outcomes [d]
  1146. () Life: a journey through time [i]
  1147. () The science of cycology: failures to understand how everyday objects work [p] [d]
  1148. () Visual grammar [i]
  1149. () Your career in animation: how to survive and thrive [i]
  1150. () Culture and communication: can landscape visualization improve forest management consultation with indigenous communities? [d]
  1151. () Scalable WIM: effective exploration in large-scale astrophysical environments [d]
  1152. () To see or not to see, that is the question: geoinformation visualisation tools as a means to facilitate stakeholder dialogues in land and water management planning [i] [d]
  1153. () A spherical conceptualization of personality traits [d]
  1154. () Making comics: storytelling secrets of comics, manga and graphic novels [i]
  1155. () Writing for the screen: beyond the gospel of story [u]
  1156. () Causal maps and the evaluation of decision options—a review [d]
  1157. () Flow diagrams: rise and fall of the first software engineering notation [i] [d]
  1158. () Transit: around the world in 1424 days [i]
  1159. () The information book genre: its role in integrated science literacy research and practice [d]
  1160. (/2015) Talent is not enough: business secrets for designers [i]
  1161. () ¿Acaso comemos plata? [o] [u]
  1162. () Avian flu case study with nSpace and GeoTime [i] [d]
  1163. () Imaginary worldplay in childhood and maturity and its impact on adult creativity [d]
  1164. () Transformations and projections in computer graphics [i] [d]
  1165. () How to increase and sustain positive emotion: the effects of expressing gratitude and visualizing best possible selves [d]
  1166. () Graphic facilitation: transforming groups with the power of visual listening [u]
  1167. () Bio-regional patterns and spatial narratives for integrative landscape research and design [i]
  1168. () Imagery in psychotherapy [i]
  1169. () Shape: talking about seeing and doing [i]
  1170. () Creativity from constraints: the psychology of breakthrough [i]
  1171. () Visuality, mobility and the cosmopolitan: inhabiting the world from afar [d]
  1172. () The effect of viewing a landscape on physiological health of elderly women [d]
  1173. () Mapping brain maturation [d]
  1174. () The tree: a natural history of what trees are, how they live, and why they matter [i]
  1175. () Corruption in evidence presentations: effects without causes, cherry picking, overreaching, chartjunk, and the rage to conclude [i]
  1176. () Beautiful evidence [i]
  1177. () A designer's research manual: succeed in design by knowing your clients and what they really need [i]
  1178. () Invertebrate vision [i]
  1179. () Visual statistics: seeing data with dynamic interactive graphics [i]
  1180. () Communicating forest management science and practices through visualized and animated media approaches to community presentations: an exploration and assessment [d]
  1181. () The works: anatomy of a city [i]
  1182. () The viewpoints book: a practical guide to viewpoints and composition [i]
  1183. () Humans-with-media and the reorganization of mathematical thinking: information and communication technologies, modeling, visualization, and experimentation [i]
  1184. () Representational correspondence as a basic principle of diagram design [i] [d]
  1185. () Following the wrong footsteps: fixation effects of pictorial examples in a design problem-solving task [p] [d]
  1186. () The graphic design business book [i]
  1187. () Node-link mapping principles for visualizing knowledge and information [i] [d]
  1188. () The nature of plants: habitats, challenges, and adaptations [i]
  1189. () DK Spanish–English bilingual visual dictionary [i]
  1190. () Natural visions: the power of images in American environmental reform [i]
  1191. Jason Dykes, Alan M. MacEachren, & Menno-Jan Kraak [ed] () Exploring geovisualization [i]
  1192. () Applications of a cognitively informed framework for the design of interactive spatio-temporal representations [i] [d]
  1193. () Enhancing experiential and subjective qualities of discrete structure representations with aesthetic computing [d]
  1194. John K. Gilbert [ed] () Visualization in science education [i]
  1195. () The design of dissent [i]
  1196. E. Bruce Goldstein, Glyn W. Humphreys, Margaret Shiffrar, & William A. Yost [ed] () Blackwell handbook of sensation and perception [i]
  1197. (/2006) Nutrition for life [i]
  1198. () Wordless diagrams [i]
  1199. () Modeling historical ecology, thinking about contemporary systems [d]
  1200. () Illustration-inspired techniques for visualizing time-varying data [i] [d]
  1201. () GeoTime information visualization [d]
  1202. () Metacognition, distributed cognition, and visual design [i]
  1203. () A visualization environment for the space-time-cube [i] [d]
  1204. () Talking space—a social & fuzzy logical GIS perspective on modelling spatial dynamics [i] [d]
  1205. () Quality without a name [i]
  1206. () Introduction to color imaging science [i] [d]
  1207. () New views on multivariable spatio-temporal data: the space time cube expanded [i]
  1208. () The geometry of time [i]
  1209. () Visualizing and discovering non-trivial patterns in large time series databases [d]
  1210. () Deliberation using three dimensions [i] [u]
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  1212. () Plant [i]
  1213. () The visual core of science: definition and applications to education [d]
  1214. () When static media promote active learning: annotated illustrations versus narrated animations in multimedia instruction [p] [d]
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  1216. () Drawing distinctions: the varieties of graphic expression [i]
  1217. () On mathematics, imagination & the beauty of numbers [d]
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  1219. () Visual thinking: hidden truth or hidden agenda? [d]
  1220. () Ambient findability: what we find changes who we become [i]
  1221. () Visualisation and the common operational picture = Visualisation et modèle commun opérationnel [i]
  1222. () Empowering nature conservation in Japanese rural areas: a planning strategy integrating visual and biological landscape perspectives [d]
  1223. () Drawing from life: the journal as art [i]
  1224. () Studying visual ethics by applying a typology of visual behavior [i]
  1225. () Clarifying business models: origins, present, and future of the concept [u]
  1226. Martin J. Rees [ed] (/2012) Universe: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1227. () Trees [i]
  1228. () Community genograms: using individual, family, and cultural narratives with clients [i]
  1229. () Critical graphicacy: understanding visual representation practices in school science [i] [d]
  1230. Priti Shah & Akira Miyake [ed] () The Cambridge handbook of visuospatial thinking [i] [d]
  1231. () How to be a graphic designer, without losing your soul [i]
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  1233. () How the brain decides what we see [p] [d]
  1234. (/2010) Art practice as research: inquiry in visual arts [i]
  1235. () Thoughtless acts?: observations on intuitive design [i]
  1236. Sigmar-Olaf Tergan & Tanja Keller [ed] () Knowledge and information visualization: searching for synergies [i] [d]
  1237. () Torsten Hägerstrand and social theory [d]
  1238. () Prolegomenon to scientific visualizations [i]
  1239. () Functional significance of visuospatial representations [i] [d]
  1240. () Hinting at an experience of time in still photography [d]
  1241. () Why pictures look right when viewed from the wrong place [d]
  1242. () 3D geovisualization and the structure of visual space [i] [d]
  1243. () Food plants of the world: an illustrated guide [i]
  1244. (/2012) The fundamentals of illustration: how to generate ideas, interpret briefs and promote oneself [i]
  1245. () Aesthetics theory [i]
  1246. (/2006) Pictograms, icons & signs: a guide to information graphics [i]
  1247. () Visualization and exploratory analysis of epidemiologic data using a novel space time information system [d]
  1248. (/2009) The atlas of water: mapping the world's most critical resource [i]
  1249. () Effect of musical expertise on visuospatial abilities: evidence from reaction times and mental imagery [d]
  1250. () Visible thinking: unlocking causal mapping for practical business results [i]
  1251. () Applying visual research: patients teaching physicians through visual illness narratives [d]
  1252. (/2011) Graphics for learning: proven guidelines for planning, designing, and evaluating visuals in training materials [i]
  1253. () Working without words: exploring the use of cartooning and illustration in organisational capacity building [u]
  1254. () Expertise in design: an overview [d]
  1255. () Visual culture isn't just visual: multiliteracy, multimodality and meaning [d] [j]
  1256. () Complexity in daily life: a 3D-visualization showing activity patterns in their contexts [u]
  1257. () In sight: a guide to design with low vision in mind: examining the notion of inclusive design, exploring the subject within a commercial and social context [i]
  1258. () Show me the numbers: designing tables and graphs to enlighten [i]
  1259. () Conditioning for dance: training for peak performance in all dance forms [i]
  1260. () Interactive analysis of event data using space-time cube [i]
  1261. () How models are used to represent reality [d]
  1262. () Reasoning about intervals in two dimensions [i] [d]
  1263. () The two vistas [d]
  1264. () A look at the history and future of animated maps [d]
  1265. () A field guide to sprawl [i]
  1266. () Dynamic visualizations and learning: getting to the difficult questions [d]
  1267. () Inside the business of illustration [i]
  1268. () Energy flow diagrams for teaching physics concepts [d]
  1269. () The camera and geographical inquiry [i] [d]
  1270. Michael Jünger & Petra Mutzel [ed] () Graph drawing software [i] [d]
  1271. () The effects of eye movements, spatial attention, and stimulus features on inattentional blindness [d]
  1272. () Alternative visualization of large geospatial datasets [d]
  1273. () Geovisualization of human activity patterns using 3D GIS: a time-geographic approach [i] [u]
  1274. () GIS methods in time-geographic research: geocomputation and geovisualization of human activity patterns [d] [u]
  1275. () Visualization of high-dimensional data with relational perspective map [d]
  1276. () Multiple pasts, converging presents, and alternative futures [d]
  1277. (/2005) An invitation to 3-D vision: from images to geometric models [i]
  1278. () Matta: making the invisible visible [i]
  1279. () Understanding weather: a visual approach [i]
  1280. () Modeling: a study in words and meanings [i]
  1281. () Understanding PowerPoint: Q&A with Scott McCloud [u]
  1282. () Graphic agitation 2: social and political graphics in the digital age [i]
  1283. () Examining large-scale time-use files through graphic representation [u]
  1284. () Lingua universalis = Global wordless understanding [i]
  1285. () Getting the picture: a brief guide to understanding and creating visual texts [i]
  1286. () Creating the perfect design brief: how to manage design for strategic advantage [i]
  1287. () Animation now!: anima mundi [i]
  1288. () Space, time and science: individuals, emergence and geographies of space and place [i]
  1289. () The cognitive benefits of interactive videos: learning to tie nautical knots [d]
  1290. () A continental drift flipbook [d]
  1291. (/2017) Bicycle repair manual [i]
  1292. () Microscale flow visualization [d]
  1293. Charles Spence & Jon Driver [ed] () Crossmodal space and crossmodal attention [i]
  1294. (/2012) 'Sit & get' won't grow dendrites: 20 professional learning strategies that engage the adult brain [i]
  1295. () Thinking like Einstein: returning to our visual roots with the emerging revolution in computer information visualization [i]
  1296. Robert M. L. Winston & Don E. Wilson [ed] () Human: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1297. () Designing interactive interfaces: theoretical consideration of the complexity of standards and guidelines, and the difference between evolving and formalised systems [d]
  1298. () Exploratory spatio-temporal visualization: an analytical review [d]
  1299. () How people live [i]
  1300. () Beyond visual culture: seven statements of support for material culture studies in art education [d] [j]
  1301. () Visual unrolling of network evolution and the analysis of dynamic discourse [d]
  1302. () Visualizing technical information: a cultural critique [i]
  1303. () A cognitive framework for cooperative problem solving with argument visualization [i] [d]
  1304. () Visual or media literacy? [d]
  1305. (/2013) Mapping scientific frontiers: the quest for knowledge visualization [i] [d]
  1306. () Computer-supported planning of essay argument structure [i]
  1307. () Dialog mapping: reflections on an industrial strength case study [i] [d]
  1308. () Conscientious objectives: designing for an ethical message [i]
  1309. (/2005) 100 habits of successful graphic designers: insider secrets on working smart and staying creative [i]
  1310. () The origin of things: sketches, models, prototypes [i]
  1311. () Visual culture and studio practice [o] [u]
  1312. () Enhancing deliberation through computer supported argument mapping [i] [d]
  1313. () Cartoons as information [d]
  1314. Larry P. Gross, John Stuart Katz, & Jay Ruby [ed] () Image ethics in the digital age [i]
  1315. () Visualizing cosmological time [i]
  1316. () Representing uncertainty: does it help people make better decisions? [u]
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  1324. (/2010) Universal principles of design: 125 ways to enhance usability, influence perception, increase appeal, make better design decisions, and teach through design [i]
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  1328. () Stretch: the world of panoramic photography [i]
  1329. () In memoriam Ivan Illich: critic of professionalized design [d]
  1330. () A physiological correlate of the 'zoom lens' of visual attention [p]
  1331. (/2010) Geographic information analysis [i]
  1332. () Designing the world's best exhibits [i]
  1333. () Winged migration [o]
  1334. Luiz Pessoa & Peter De Weerd [ed] () Filling-in: from perceptual completion to cortical reorganization [i] [d]
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  1339. () Micrographia: toward a visual logic of Persianate painting [d]
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  1344. () Face to face with the bomb: nuclear reality after the Cold War [i]
  1345. () Complete bike book [i]
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  1347. (/2014) Computers, visualization, and history: how new technology will transform our understanding of the past [i]
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