A DeVIL-ish approach to inconsistency in interactive visualizations

Yifan Wu Human in the Loop

Declarative languages have a long tradition in both the database systems and data visualization communities, separating specifications from implementations.Declarative Visual Interaction Language presents a unified relational model for interactive visualization applications, and provides a basis to analyze aspects of interaction such as performance, correctness, and expressiveness. In this paper, we focus on a specific benefit provided by our approach: managing the consistency of interactive visualizations in the face of inherent asynchrony and reordering of events in modern data visualizations.

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Presented At/In: HILDA 2016

Link: https://nsfdeclarativevis.github.io/NSFDeclarativeVis/devil-hilda16.pdf

Authors: Yifan Wu, Joe Hellerstein, Eugene Wu