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Doi:10. 1007/s10980-012-9763-y The Next Generation of Atlas User Interfaces: A User Study with “Digital Natives” Raimund Schnu¨rer, Rene´ Sieber, and Arzu C ¸ o¨ltekin Introduction Digital atlases have been successfully created and edited for over 20 years, but essential information about the usability of atlas interfaces is still largely missing. Similarly to other digital products and technologies, the usability requirements of digital atlases might differ among older and younger users. This distinction based on age and behavioral differences in the use of digital technologies has been classified into “digital natives” and “digital immigrants” (Prensky 2001).
Handling Disorder in Landscapes Landscapes, and the processes which create and influence them, can often be dissected, uneven and disturbed. Such environments can be completely natural, for example in peri-glacial areas, or can be anthropogenically influenced, for example in areas which have sustained mining activity over many years. The quantification of such disorder can be initiated by collecting spatial data using direct measurements, by survey and by remote sensing, and subsequently characterising the environments using standard metrics such as diversity, complexity and order indices.
30 R. Schnu¨rer et al. Fig. 2 Top: Separation of first clicks (left) from further clicks (right). Participants were asked to change the map theme in Layout 2. Bottom: Different small mouse-click hotspots (marked with blue–yellow–red colors, red being the most dense) in Layout 2 (left) and one large hotspot in Layout 3 (right) become apparent on a surface density map. Students were asked to get an overview of the given map extent Further exploration of click maps and surface density maps revealed different interaction patterns for each layout.