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Focus+Context Visualization with Flip Zooming and the Zoom Browser

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Focus+Context Visualization with Flip Zooming and the Zoom Browser
Flip zooming is a novel focus+context technique for visualizing large data sets. It offers an overview of the data, and gives users instant access to any part. Originally developed for visualizing large documents, the method might be adapted for different types of information, including web pages, image collections and as a general windowing interface. A first practical demonstration of flip zooming is the Zoom Browser, a World Wide Web-browser that uses flip zooming to present web-pages. Keywords Focus+context views, information visualization, graphical user interfaces, World Wide Web
Lars Erik Holmquist
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where CHI
Authors Lars Erik Holmquist
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