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Q6. (a) What are three major problems with the common continuous rainbow colormap? (6 points)

(b) Is there any way to address these three problems? Explain how. (4 points)

Q4. Color can be best understood in terms of three separate channels: luminance, hue, and saturation. Briefly explain how does this system specify colors. (Figures can be used to help illustration.) (5 points)

b) Give an example of matrix view of a network that's not from the textbook and explain what it is. You need to include the reference if the answer is found online. (5 points)

Q3. (a) How does tree maps encode trees? (5 points)

(b) Given an example of Tree map layout that's not from the textbook and explain what it is. You need to include the reference if the answer is found online. (5 points)

Q6. (a) What are three major

problems with the common

continuous rainbow colormap? (6

points)

(b) Is there any way to address

these three problems? Explain

how. (4 points)

Q4. Co

lor can be best understood

in terms of three separate

channels: luminance, hue, and

saturation. Briefly explain how

does this system specify colors.

(Figures can be used to help

illustration.) (5 points

)

b) Give an example of matrix view

of a network tha

t's not from the

textbook and explain what it is.

You need to include the reference

if the answer is found online. (5

points)

Q3. (a) How does

tree maps

encode trees? (5 points)

(b) Given an example of

Tree map

layout that's not from the

textbook and expla

in what it is.

You need to include the reference

if the answer is found online. (5

points)

Q6. (a) What are three major

problems with the common

continuous rainbow colormap? (6

points)

(b) Is there any way to address

these three problems? Explain

how. (4 points)

Q4. Color can be best understood

in terms of three separate

channels: luminance, hue, and

saturation. Briefly explain how

does this system specify colors.

(Figures can be used to help

illustration.) (5 points)

b) Give an example of matrix view

of a network that's not from the

textbook and explain what it is.

You need to include the reference

if the answer is found online. (5

points)

Q3. (a) How does tree maps

encode trees? (5 points)

(b) Given an example of Tree map

layout that's not from the

textbook and explain what it is.

You need to include the reference

if the answer is found online. (5

points)

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