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Varying Annotations in the Steps of the Visual Analysis

by   Christoph Schmidt, et al.

Annotations in Visual Analytics (VA) have become a common means to support the analysis by integrating additional information into the VA system. That additional information often depends on the current process step in the visual analysis. For example, the data preprocessing step has data structuring operations while the data exploration step focuses on user interaction and input. Describing suitable annotations to meet the goals of the different steps is challenging. To tackle this issue, we identify individual annotations for each step and outline their gathering and design properties for the visual analysis of heterogeneous clinical data. We integrate our annotation design into a visual analysis tool to show its applicability to data from the ophthalmic domain. In interviews and application sessions with experts we asses its usefulness for the analysis of patients with different medications.


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