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Evaluating an Immersive Space-Time Cube Geovisualization for Intuitive Trajectory Data Exploration

Jorge A. Wagner Filho, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Luciana Nedel
2019 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
A Space-Time Cube enables analysts to clearly observe spatio-temporal features in movement trajectory datasets in geovisualization.  ...  In this work, we investigate a Space-Time Cube in the Immersive Analytics domain.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank the user study participants for their feedback and the reviewers for their insightful contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2019.2934415 pmid:31581085 fatcat:zmdtxgqjezgb5eg5c5qy7ore6i

Geospatial Information Visualization and Extended Reality Displays [chapter]

Arzu Çöltekin, Amy L. Griffin, Aidan Slingsby, Anthony C. Robinson, Sidonie Christophe, Victoria Rautenbach, Min Chen, Christopher Pettit, Alexander Klippel
2019 Manual of Digital Earth  
We finish with an overview of "dashboards", which are used in visual analytics as well as in various immersive technologies.  ...  Çöltekin et al. use of immersive technologies and introduce the spectrum of terminology on virtual, augmented and mixed reality, as well as proposed research concepts in geographic information science  ...  Trajectories are often displayed in maps in 2D, but 3D space-time cubes are also common.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-32-9915-3_7 fatcat:dlws72uiw5fqpafylzkefpo27u

Geospatial Information Infrastructures [chapter]

Sven Schade, Carlos Granell, Glenn Vancauwenberghe, Carsten Keßler, Danny Vandenbroucke, Ian Masser, Michael Gould
2019 Manual of Digital Earth  
Trajectories are often displayed in maps in 2D, but 3D space-time cubes are also common.  ...  As with trajectory maps, space-time cubes can indicate spatiotemporal aspects of small numbers of journeys.  ...  He is interested in the role of data visualization in the analysis of data, particularly those that are spatial and temporal.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-32-9915-3_5 fatcat:iknbzpanonckbicpe4kwgzozb4

Space-Time Cube and Mixed Reality – New Approaches to Support Understanding Historical Landscape Changes

Mathias Jahnke, Edyta P. Bogucka, Maria Turchenko
2019 Proceedings of the ICA  
</p><p>The main goal of this contribution is to evaluate the applicability of a mixed reality device in the domain of spatio-temporal representations on the example of the space-time cube to show cultural  ...  </p><p>The usability evaluation of the mixed reality hologram showed the overall comfort of interactions, perception of the visual components of the space-time cube and determines advantageous features  ...  We are grateful to the experts from Royal Castle in Warsaw -Museum, who provided historical data, insight and expertise that greatly assisted the research.  ... 
doi:10.5194/ica-proc-2-50-2019 fatcat:xi2zlqxcm5fevok6s42gt23ceu

Visualization, Interaction and Simulation Lab at UFRGS

Anderson Maciel, Carla M. Dal Sasso Freitas, Luciana Nedel
2020 Comunicações em Informática  
Along the years, as new researchers joined the group, new research fields such as image acquisition and analysis, virtual reality, non-conventional interaction, and visualization of complex data started  ...  Within this group, VISLab is majorly concerned with research on human-computer interaction, with emphasis on non-conventional, 3D interaction and haptics, and immersive visualization in the context of  ...  More recently, the VirtualDesk approach has been used to evaluate an immersive space-time cube geovisualization for exploring trajectory data [13] (see Fig. 3 ).  ... 
doi:10.22478/ufpb.2595-0622.2020v4n2.54664 fatcat:vshoa35dsbf3jbmrhq2hpnipji

Enhancing Usability Evaluation of Web-Based Geographic Information Systems (WebGIS) with Visual Analytics

René Unrau, Christian Kray, Krzysztof Janowicz, Judith A. Verstegen
2020 International Conference Geographic Information Science  
Many websites nowadays incorporate geospatial data that users interact with, for example, to filter search results or compare alternatives.  ...  This paper proposes a new scalable approach that applies visual analytics to logged interaction data with WebGIS, which facilitates the interactive exploration and analysis of user behavior.  ...  Coltekin et al. investigated the use of space-time cubes for exploring eye-tracking recordings which allows users to discover movement patterns in a combined view [13] .  ... 
doi:10.4230/lipics.giscience.2021.i.15 dblp:conf/giscience/UnrauK21 fatcat:3yn7mauqivho3a5zb5dhvhkhqe

Visualising Geographically-Embedded Origin-Destination Flows: in 2D and immersive environments [article]

Yalong Yang
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We explored the design space of OD flow visualisation in both 2D and immersive environments.  ...  This thesis develops and evaluates effective techniques for visualisation of flows (e.g. of people, trade, knowledge) between places on geographic maps.  ...  Part of the design space has been explored recently by Andrienko et al. in [7] . There is still remaining design space we can explore. Visualise trajectory data in immersive environments.  ... 
arXiv:1908.00662v1 fatcat:f65zbavkbfeptao5phg72xggs4

The design-by-adaptation approach to universal access: learning from videogame technology

Ifan D. H. Shepherd, Iestyn D. Bleasdale-Shepherd
2010 Universal Access in the Information Society  
The current analysis extracted a set of interaction principles from videogames which were used to devise a set of 3D task interfaces that have been implemented in a prototype VGE for formal evaluation.  ...  software which handles geographical data (virtual geographic environments, or VGEs).  ...  , held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, January 2008, and also to three anonymous referees for their incisive and helpful comments on the journal version of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10209-010-0204-x fatcat:vvu6z6jqkjajncujm5rd3tanem

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2014 Cartographic Perspectives  
"Dynamic Time Transformation for Interpreting Clusters of Trajectories with Space-Time Cube."  ...  This can be explained if one realizes that the space-time cube only shows the "raw" tracks while the line cartograms show interpreted data.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp77.1265 fatcat:vcw7lat6d5gm3druagls7zzsva

An interactive visualization tool for mobile objects

Tetsuo Kobayashi
A visualization toolkit based on the space-time cube concept exploits these functionalities to create a user-interactive environment for exploring mobile objects data.  ...  system to extract meaningful patterns from the otherwise difficult to comprehend collections of space-time trajectories.  ...  The space-time cube is an extended approach of the map cube, especially for disaggregated spatio-temporal data.  ... 
doi:10.26053/0h-zqdt-g800 fatcat:5tzc6dfqhzbhjlo527olhgyx7i

LIPIcs, Volume 177, GIScience 2021, Complete Volume [article]

Krzysztof Janowicz, Judith A. Verstegen
Contributions (see CRediT) by AG: data curation, investigation, methodology, software, validation, and writing -review & editing; by DN: conceptualisation, software, supervision, writing -original draft  ...  Brennecka from the Scientific Editing Service of the University of Münster for her editorial support and the anonymous reviewers for their very helpful comments.  ...  Coltekin et al. investigated the use of space-time cubes for exploring eye-tracking recordings which allows users to discover movement patterns in a combined view [13] .  ... 
doi:10.4230/lipics.giscience.2021.i fatcat:mxby4qxtgfcxpkx6u7xedfuvui

Data-driven prototyping in information visualization

Michael Oppermann
The design study on the Ocupado project describes the process of designing, implementing, and evaluating a suite of novel visualization tools for studying space utilization at scale.  ...  We reflect on the prototyping process that included multiple stakeholders and present generalizable design choices for visualizing non-trajectory spatiotemporal data related to indoor regions.  ...  Kraak. e space-time cube revisited from a geovisualization perspective. In Proc. Intern. Cartographic Conference, pages -, . → page [ ] J. Krause, A. Dasgupta, J. Swartz, Y. Aphinyanaphongs, and E.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0401844 fatcat:wftlmm4krbhcvalxou2gchlqaq

Putting Data on the Map (Dagstuhl Seminar 12261)

Katarzyna Wac, David Hausheer, Markus Fiedler, Paolo Bonato, Michael Fellows, Jiong Guo, Dániel Marx, Saket, Stephen Kobourov, Alexander Wolff, Frank Van, Ham
2012 unpublished
There is scope for the development of an entire taxonomy, mapping out the design space around this problem and hopefully leading to a reasoned exploration of possible alternatives for displaying dissimilarity  ...  data on the map.  ...  A possibly useful classification is based on geometrical operations on a space-time cube.  ... 

Depicting movement data with animations for embodied and real-time decision-making: a user study with air traffic control displays and real-time movement data

Sara Lanini-Maggi
This work proposes a user-centred empirical approach to evaluate animation design characteristics for space-time decision-making with movement data.  ...  Overall, our unique empirical results related to the depiction of real-time movement data contribute to GIScience and cartography in two important ways.  ...  ., maps organized in small multiples (Tufte 1990 ) and with the space-time cube (Hägerstrand 1970 (Ersoy et al. 2011; Hurter 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-148783 fatcat:anfbfvoeg5cndaf4j4esnibwgm