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Information Visualization 
http://www.palgrave-journals.com/ivs/index.html 

Information Visualization (IVS) is a peer-reviewed international
journal, launched in March 2002. The journal is published quarterly by
Palgrave-Macmillan. The journal has an ambitious goal to serve as a
dedicated forum for researchers and practitioners throughout the world
on all topics related to information visualization. The journal
publishes articles on fundamental research and applications of
information visualization, including theories, methodologies, techniques
and evaluations of information visualization and its applications. The
journal has the support of distinguished associated editors and
dedicated editorial board members. 

The entire first issue is now freely accessible from the journal's
website, where you can also find additional information about the
journal, instructions for authors, sample copy request forms, and
subscription forms. 

For readers, the journal is available in both printed and online
versions. For authors, figures can be printed in color at a very
competitive rate. All color figures are published in the online version
free of charge. 

On behalf the editorial board, I'd like to invite you to visit the
journal's website and consider submitting your next manuscript on
information visualization to this young and ambitious journal. 

Chaomei Chen 
Editor in Chief 
Information Visualization 
http://www.palgrave-journals.com/ivs/index.html 
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Information Visualization 
Volume 1 Issue 1, March 2002 

Editorial 
Chen C. 
Information Visualization----------1-4 

Commentary 
Shneiderman B. 
Inventing discovery tools: combining information visualization with data
mining----------5-12 

Spence R. 
Rapid, Serial and Visual: a presentation technique with
potential----------13-19 

Research 
Keim D.A., Hao M.C., Dayal U., Hsu M. 
Pixel bar charts: a visualization technique for very large
multi-attribute data sets----------20-34 

Good L., Bederson B.B. 
Zoomable user interfaces as a medium for slide show
presentations----------35-49 

Robertson G., Cameron K., Czerwinski M., Robbins D. 
Animated visualization of multiple intersecting
hierarchies----------50-65 

Bartram L., Ware C. 
Filtering and brushing with motion----------66-79 

Peuquet D.J., Kraak M-J. 
Geobrowsing: creative thinking and knowledge discovery using geographic
visualization----------80-91 
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Information Visualization 
Volume 1 Issue 2, June 2002 

Editorial 
Chen C. 
Aesthetics versus Functionality----------93-94 

Commentary 
Marcus A. 
Information visualization for advanced vehicle displays----------95-102 

Research 
Ware C., Purchase H., Colpoys L., McGill M. 
.Cognitive measurements of graph aesthetics----------103-110 

Sangole A., Knopf G.K. 
Representing high-dimensional data sets as closed
surfaces----------111-119 

Spence R. 
Sensitivity encoding to support information space navigation: a design
guideline----------120-129 

Sammouda M., Sammouda R., Niki N., Mukai K. 
Liver cancer detection system based on the analysis of digitized color
images of tissue samples obtained using needle biopsy----------130-138 

Eibl M. 
DEViD: a media design and software ergonomics integrating visualization
for document retrieval----------139-157 


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Editorial Board 

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Editor-in-Chief: 
Chaomei Chen, 
Drexel University, USA 

Advisory Editor: 
Ben Shneiderman, 
University of Maryland, USA 

Associate Editors: 
Mark Apperley, 
University of Waikato, New Zealand 

Matthew Chalmers, 
Glasgow University, UK 

Peter Eades, 
University of Sydney, Australia 

Stephen Eick, 
Visintuit, USA 

Daniel Keim, 
AT&T Lab, USA 

Alan MacEachren, 
Penn State University, USA 

George Robertson, 
Microsoft Research, USA 
Henry Small, 
Institute for Scientific Information, USA 

Robert Spence, 
Imperial College, UK 

John Stasko, 
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA 

Jim Thomas, 
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA 

Colin Ware, 
University of New Hampshire, USA 

Graham Wills, 
SPSS, USA 

Editorial Board 
Keith Andrews, 
Graz University of Technology, Austria 

Ebad Banissi, 
South Bank University, UK 

Ben Bederson, 
University of Maryland, USA 

Kenneth Brodlie, 
University of Leeds, UK 

Mary Czerwinski, 
Microsoft Research, USA 

Martin Dodge, 
University College London, UK 

Steve Draper, 
Glasgow University, UK 

Paul Kahn, 
Dynamic Diagrams, USA 

Jasna Kuljis, 
Brunel University, UK 

Xia Lin, 
Drexel University, USA 

Sougata Mukherjea, 
Verity Inc., USA 

Catherine Plaisant, 
University of Maryland, USA

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