Exploring geovisualization. Rhyne, T.; Alan, M., M.; and Dykes, J. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 2006.
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This fall (2004/2005) marked the 10th anniversary of the IEEE\textquoterights Information Visualization Symposium\textquoterights founding. At such an important milestone, the author takes the opportunity to comment on the state of the field: where we\textquoterightve been, where we are, and what comes next. Our challenge as a research community is to deliver on information visualization\textquoterights promise. The most interesting results in an applied field such as information visualization come from helping to solve our customers and sponsors\textquoteright real problems. To create the future, we need close interactions and exchanges with our customers. The Information Visualization Symposium started 10 years ago because some of us recognized a need to apply scientific visualization ideas to a new user base, in which an analyst, rather than a scientist, was the target user. The opportunity is even better today than it was then.
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