2D and 3D information visualization

Definition:  The use of computer supported, interactive, visual representations of abstract data to amplify cognition.

Presentation techniques to visually illustrate information:  cityscapes, cluster maps, fish-eye views, rooms, concept walls, spheres, trees…

Open-source 2D and 3D information visualization products include:

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