A next step: Visualizing errors and uncertainty

  • Johnson C
  • Sanderson A
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Abstract

The development of formal theoretical frameworks and the creation of new visual representations of error and uncertainty will be fundamental to a better understanding of 3D experimental and simulation data. Such improved understanding will validate new theoretical models, enable better understanding of data, and facilitate better decision making. We urge the scientific visualization research community to take the next step and make visually representing errors and uncertainties the norm rather than the exception.

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Authors

  • Chris R. Johnson

  • Allen R. Sanderson

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