Definition of visualization
1 : formation of mental visual images
2 : the act or process of interpreting in visual terms or of putting into visible form
3 : the process of making an internal organ or part visible by the introduction (as by swallowing) of a radiopaque substance followed by radiography
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Presumably there are also PowerPoint people, who like using visualizations to understand information, and Ballmer’s project will have something for them as well with a plan to let users create their own charts and pictures from USAFacts data.
But at the Miami Herald alone, broader coverage included contributions by Caribbean Correspondent Jacqueline Charles, reporter Kyra Gurney, el Nuevo Cuba reporter Nora Gámez and data visualization editor Kara Dapena.
The game development studio Third Time will take predictions made by NBC show hosts and create a visualization of how the 1.5-mile race will play out.
Most of his works are plotless visualizations of the music.
To create the site, Liptzin rigged up a system that parses raw data from Craigslist and integrates it with Google Maps to create a constantly updating visualization of raunchy adverts across the United States.
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Medical Definition of visualization
1: formation of mental visual images
2: the process of making an internal organ or part visible by the introduction (as by swallowing, by an injection, or by an enema) of a radiopaque substance followed by radiography
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