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Keywords: Diagramming, Diagrams in UML, Information visualization
Visualization is any technique for creating images, animations, or diagrams to communicate a message. Since the beginning of time, visualization through visual imagery, has been an essential form of communication when it comes to communicating abstract or concrete ideas. Throughout history, visualization is seen from cave paintings, Greek geometry, to Egyptian hieroglyphs. Just as its use cases expand time and space, today visualization has an ever expanding application in science, education, engineering, multimedia, medicine, computer graphics, etc. Visualization is a powerful tool. The process of generating visual mental imagery with your eyes open or closed, is known as creative visualization, which goes back to the notion of a "mind's eye."
This page was last edited on 04/21/2021.