ColorCAT : Guided Design of Colormaps for Combined Analysis Tasks

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MITTELSTÄDT, Sebastian, Dominik JÄCKLE, Florian STOFFEL, Daniel A. KEIM, 2015. ColorCAT : Guided Design of Colormaps for Combined Analysis Tasks. Conference on Visualization (EuroVis). Cagliari, 25. Mai 2015 - 29. Mai 2015. In: ENRICO BERTINI, , ed. and others. Eurographics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis) : Short Papers. Conference on Visualization (EuroVis). Cagliari, 25. Mai 2015 - 29. Mai 2015. The Eurographics Association, pp. 115-119

@inproceedings{Mittelstadt2015Color-32461, title={ColorCAT : Guided Design of Colormaps for Combined Analysis Tasks}, year={2015}, doi={10.2312/eurovisshort.20151135}, publisher={The Eurographics Association}, booktitle={Eurographics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis) : Short Papers}, pages={115--119}, editor={Enrico Bertini}, author={Mittelstädt, Sebastian and Jäckle, Dominik and Stoffel, Florian and Keim, Daniel A.} }

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