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Information, Volume 10, Issue 10 (October 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Maps are one of the most conventional types of visualization used when conveying information to [...] Read more. Maps are one of the most conventional types of visualization used when conveying information to both inexperienced users and advanced analysts. However, the multivariate representation of data on maps is still considered an unsolved problem. We present a multivariate map that uses geospace to guide the position of multivariate glyphs and enable users to interact with the map and glyphs, conveying meaningful data at different levels of detail. We develop an algorithm pipeline for this process and demonstrate how the user can adjust the level of detail in the resulting imagery. The algorithm features a unique combination of guided glyph placement, level of detail, dynamic zooming, and smooth transitions. View this paper.