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Hyperties was also used to create the world's first commercial electronic book, Hypertext Hands-On! Direct manipulation concepts led to touchscreen interfaces for home controls, finger-painting, and the now ubiquitous small touchscreen keyboards. The development of the "Lift-off strategy"  by University of Maryland Human—Computer Interaction Lab HCIL researchers enabled users to touch the screen, getting feedback as to what will be selected, adjust their finger position, and complete the selection by lifting the finger off the screen.
The HCIL team applied direct manipulation principles for touchscreen home automation systems, finger-painting programs,  and the double-box range sliders  that gained prominence by their inclusion in Spotfire.
The visual presentation inherent in direct manipulation emphasized the opportunity for information visualization.
Information visualization[ edit ] His major work in recent years has been on information visualization , originating the treemap concept for hierarchical data. Treemaps are included in hard drive exploration tools, stock market data analysis, census systems, election data, gene expression, and data journalism.
The artistic side of treemaps are on view in the Treemap Art Project. He also developed dynamic queries sliders with multiple coordinated displays that are a key component of Spotfire , which was acquired by TIBCO in His work continued on visual analysis tools for time series data, TimeSearcher , high dimensional data, Hierarchical Clustering Explorer , and social network data, SocialAction.
Current work deals with visualization of temporal event sequences, such as found in Electronic Health Records, in systems such as LifeLines2  and EventFlow.
Included in this article is a taxonomy of interactive dynamics to assist researchers, designers, analysts, educators, and students in evaluating and creating visual analysis tools. The taxonomy consists of 12 task types grouped into three high-level categories, as shown below. Filter out data to focus on relevant items. Sort items to expose patterns. Derive values or models from source data. View Manipulation Select items to highlight, filter, or manipulate them.
Navigate to examine high-level patterns and low-level detail.
Coordinate views for linked, multi-dimensional exploration. Organize multiple windows and workspaces. Annotate patterns to document findings.