Storytelling and Visualization: An Extended Survey
AbstractThroughout history, storytelling has been an effective way of conveying information and knowledge. In the field of visualization, storytelling is rapidly gaining momentum and evolving cutting-edge techniques that enhance understanding. Many communities have commented on the importance of storytelling in data visualization. Storytellers tend to be integrating complex visualizations into their narratives in growing numbers. In this paper, we present a survey of storytelling literature in visualization and present an overview of the common and important elements in storytelling visualization. We also describe the challenges in this field as well as a novel classification of the literature on storytelling in visualization. Our classification scheme highlights the open and unsolved problems in this field as well as the more mature storytelling sub-fields. The benefits offer a concise overview and a starting point into this rapidly evolving research trend and provide a deeper understanding of this topic. View Full-Text
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Tong, C.; Roberts, R.; Borgo, R.; Walton, S.; Laramee, R.S.; Wegba, K.; Lu, A.; Wang, Y.; Qu, H.; Luo, Q.; Ma, X. Storytelling and Visualization: An Extended Survey. Information 2018, 9, 65.
Tong C, Roberts R, Borgo R, Walton S, Laramee RS, Wegba K, Lu A, Wang Y, Qu H, Luo Q, Ma X. Storytelling and Visualization: An Extended Survey. Information. 2018; 9(3):65.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tong, Chao; Roberts, Richard; Borgo, Rita; Walton, Sean; Laramee, Robert S.; Wegba, Kodzo; Lu, Aidong; Wang, Yun; Qu, Huamin; Luo, Qiong; Ma, Xiaojuan. 2018. "Storytelling and Visualization: An Extended Survey." Information 9, no. 3: 65.
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