Information visualisation has long been recognized as a powerful aid to understanding: what Stuart Card has called ‘the amplification of cognition’. Research and development in information visualisation has been undertaken from many different perspectives and there are many excellent examples of visualisations, and of techniques for interacting with them. A more recent call for a science of visual analytics, however, has highlighted the lack of theories of interaction that can contribute to this new science. In this paper we bring together some insights from work on information spaces and metadata to suggest a design method to aid the developers of coordinated multiple visualisations (CMV) of information.
McEwan, T., Igoniderigha, N., & Benyon, D. (2014). Designing Coordinated Multiple Views of Information Space. . https://doi.org/10.14236/ewic/hci2014.9