CDV Talking: Visualization of Time Oriented Data

The concept of time is constantly present in our daily lives. We check our watches several times a day, we look at calendars to mark our events, we make use of temporal marks to study our position in time, learn from the past, comprehend the present, and, sometimes, predict the future. This makes time a common variable in many application domains, from medicine to business. For this reason, to explore the visualization of time-oriented data is to comprehend everything around us.

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Visualization of Time Oriented Data