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Bad for Data, Good for the Brain : Knowledge-First Axioms For Visualization Design

Bad for Data, Good for the Brain : Knowledge-First Axioms For Visualization Design

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CORRELL, Michael, Michael GLEICHER, 2014. Bad for Data, Good for the Brain : Knowledge-First Axioms For Visualization Design. IEEE VIS 2014. Paris, France, 9. Nov 2014 - 14. Nov 2014. In: ELLIS, Geoffrey, ed.. DECISIVe : Workshop on Dealing with Cognitive Biases in Visualisations. IEEE VIS 2014. Paris, France, 9. Nov 2014 - 14. Nov 2014

@inproceedings{Correll2014Data,-33711, title={Bad for Data, Good for the Brain : Knowledge-First Axioms For Visualization Design}, year={2014}, booktitle={DECISIVe : Workshop on Dealing with Cognitive Biases in Visualisations}, editor={Ellis, Geoffrey}, author={Correll, Michael and Gleicher, Michael} }

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