„[The special properties of visual perception of data]… is the visual means of resolving logical problems.“

Fonte: Graphics and graphic information processing (1981), p. 16 as cited in: Riccardo Mazza (2004) Introduction to Information Visualisation http://www.dti.supsi.ch/~mazza/infovis_introduction.pdf

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