- J. Dykes
- A.M. MacEachren
- M.-J. Kraak
Computer science (particularly scientific visualization), information science (particularly information visualization and human-computer interaction), geographic information science (particularly cartography and geocomputation), statistics (particularly exploratory data analysis), and information design.
Published: February 2005
"I confess I have found this well set out, academically rigorous account very satisfying, and have been seriously educated by it...The text is surprisingly easy to read and comprehend. The contents are well ordered adn flow logically from 'exploring geovisualization' in the first chapter to 'Advancing geovisualization' in the final chapter...If you want a book which drags you from the wall maps of ogilby via mudge to the state of the art cartography of the 21st century, this is the kindest and (I believe) most authoritative way of achieving it. If you wish for expert and exhaustive information about present trends you need look no further." -Dr. Geoffrey Tapper, Shaftesbury,Dorset, IMCOS JOURNAL