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Fireflies: Biomimicry-Inspired InfoVis for Exploring Public Opinion about an Infectious Disease

Abstract : We present Fireflies, an exploration of bio-inspired visualization using animal swarming behaviours and plant phyllotaxis. We applied Fireflies to a Canadian attitudinal survey on HIV/AIDS. Information about the survey participants is encoded within different visual elements of fireflies; most importantly, the motion of the fireflies depicts comfort levels concerning HIV/AIDS. The bio-inspired visual properties of Fireflies meld into an expressive representation of a sensitive dataset.
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Bon Adriel Aseniero, Charles Perin, Marjan Eggermont, Sheelagh Carpendale. Fireflies: Biomimicry-Inspired InfoVis for Exploring Public Opinion about an Infectious Disease. IEEE VIS 2016 Electronic Conference Proceedings, Oct 2016, Baltimore, United States. ⟨hal-01587936⟩

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