One form of information visualization is called ambient display. It is defined as the use of aesthetically pleasing displays of information which sit on the periphery of a user's attention (Manko, Dey, Hsieh, Kientz, Lederer and Ames 2003). Financial visualization is the practice of making large financial datasets into images . In this paper, we describe a research project which uses watercolor images to represent the real-time changes in stock price and volume.
|Cite as: Shen, X. and Eades, P. (2005). Using MoneyColor to Represent Financial Data. In Proc. Asia Pacific Symposium on Information Visualisation (APVIS2005), Sydney, Australia. CRPIT, 45. Hong, S.-H., Ed. ACS. 125-129. |
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