Tag Archives: maps

Off the Library Map

by Paul Gatz Every library should have a good map. A map offers a perspective that you cannot otherwise gain. From above, you can see the whole library spread out before you, enabling you to take it all in with … Continue reading

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Peek-a-boo, I see you, data!

The legal information field is moving into this area slowly, but it is coming. The most ambitious use of visualization I have seen in legal research is Fastcase’s “Interactive Timeline” view of cases relevant to a query, but there is … Continue reading

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