Principles of Query Visualization

Query Visualization (QV) is the problem of transforming a given query into a graphical representation that helps humans understand its meaning. This task is notably different from designing a Visual Query Language (VQL) that helps a user compose a query. This article discusses the principles of relational query visualization and its potential for simplifying user interactions with relational data.
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Principles of Query Visualization

Wolfgang Gatterbauer, Cody Dunne, H. V. Jagadish, and Mirek Riedewald. IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin—DEBull. 2022.

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