|Title||A Graph-based Interface for Representing Volume Visualization Results
(In Proceedings) |
|in||Proceedings of Graphics Interface '98|
J. Patten, Kwan-Liu Ma |
|Keyword(s)||user interface, volume rendering, scientific visualization, graph drawing, knowledge representation.|
|Location||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Date||June 18--20, 1998|
This paper discusses a graph based user interface for representing the results of the volume visualization process. As images are rendered, they are connected to other images in a graph based on their rendering parameters. The user can take advantage of the information in this graph to understand how certain rendering parameter changes affect a dataset, making the visualization process more efficient. Because the graph contains more information than is contained in an unstructured history of images, the image graph is also helpful for collaborative visualization and animation.