Keyword: ‘glyphs’

The use of humanoid glyphs in graphs for representing human variability in the spatial design of products

In Publications

Garneau, C. and Parkinson, M. (2013) Proceedings of the 2nd International Digital Human Modeling Symposium.

From simple color-coding to more intricate forms like the “Chernoff face”, glyphs are a means of visualizing multidimensional data. The spatial design of products for their users presents a unique opportunity for using glyphs as a visual metaphor for encoding data, chiefly due to the multivariate nature of many commonly encountered problems. Continue reading…

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