Pixel-oriented Visualization Techniques for Exploring Very Large Databases


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KEIM, Daniel A., 1996. Pixel-oriented Visualization Techniques for Exploring Very Large Databases. In: Journal of computational and graphical statistics. 5(1), pp. 58-77

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