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Hi Clement,

Purchase, H. C., McGill, M., Colpoys, L., & Carrington, D. (2001). Graph drawing aesthetics and the comprehension of UML class diagrams: an empirical study. In P. Eades & T. Pattinson (Hrsg.), Australian Symposium on Information Visualisation (Bd. 9). Sydney.

Purchase, H., Cohen, R., & James, M. (1995). Validating graph drawing aesthetics. Proceedings of the Graph Drawing Symposium (S 435-446). Heidelberg: Springer.

Purchase, Helen. (1997). Which aesthetic has the greatest effect on human understanding. In G. Battista (Hrsg.), Graph Drawing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Bd. 97, S 284-290). Heidelberg: Springer.

Ware, C., Purchase, Helen, Colpoys, Linda, & McGill, Matthew. (2002). Cognitive Measurements of Graph Aesthetics. Information Visualization, 1(2), 103-110.

Best,
Katja

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Dr. Katja Mayer
Department of Social Studies of Science
University of Vienna, Austria
http://homepage.univie.ac.at/katja.mayer

Am 31.01.13 11:14, schrieb Clement Levallois:
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Dear list members,

I am looking for papers evaluating different network layouts in terms of their readability / or misleading effects? I'll post here the suggestions I receive.

Thanks!

Clement


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