Screen Layout Methods for Multidimensional Visualization

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WARD, Matthew O., Daniel A. KEIM, 1997. Screen Layout Methods for Multidimensional Visualization. Visualization of Information and Date. Paris, Sep, 1997. In: Euro-American Workshop on Visualization of Information and Date, Paris, September, 1997

@inproceedings{Ward1997Scree-5920, title={Screen Layout Methods for Multidimensional Visualization}, year={1997}, booktitle={Euro-American Workshop on Visualization of Information and Date, Paris, September, 1997}, author={Ward, Matthew O. and Keim, Daniel A.} }

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