Gaze into Hierarchy: A Practice-oriented Eye Tracking Study (English)

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The visualization of hierarchical data is a wide field and plenty of different approaches have been proposed for various applications and purposes. A comprehensive survey on hierarchy visualizations was recently presented by Schulz et al. [SHS11]. Although every approach has its own claimed advantages, for practitioners it is often unclear what these mean in the specific context and which method to use.

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Gaze into Hierarchy: A Practice-oriented Eye Tracking Study
Müller, N. H. / Liebold, B. / Pietschmann, D. / Ohler, P. / Rosenthal, P. | 2013