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Nanomaps

Maps are some of the most useful information display tools, but they are have limitations. Maps can show too much redundant information, or compress too much useful information. Maps are also poor at showing multiple kinds of statistical data like change over time. This research addresses these problems through the use of multiple small maps.

Participants:
Benjamin K. Smith, Graduate Assistant
Kent L. Norman, Department of Psychology

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