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Why visual analytics?. Napoleon march to Moscow by Minard. Volkov , Napoleon’s Retreat. Supporting videos. http:// www.tableausoftware.com/resources/webinars/exploiting-human-visual-system. http://www.tableausoftware.com/resources / webinars/add-firepower-your-application.

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why visual analytics
Why visual analytics?

Napoleon march to Moscow by Minard

supporting videos
Supporting videos

http://www.tableausoftware.com/resources/webinars/exploiting-human-visual-system

http://www.tableausoftware.com/resources/

webinars/add-firepower-your-application

humans are slow at mental math
Humans are slow at mental math

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X 72

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humans are faster when they use the world
Humans are faster when they use the world

34

X 72

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visual processing is bi directional
Visual processing is bi-directional

Bottom-up: build patterns

Top-down: directs and reinforces

Features

Patterns

Objects

Based on

Information Visualization: Perception for Design, 2nd Ed, 2004

By Colin Ware