Computer graphics makes vast quantities of data accessible.
Numerical simulations frequently produce millions of data values. Similarly,
satellitebased sensors amass data at rates beyond our abilities to interpret
them by any other means than visually. Mathematicians use computer graphics
to explore abstract and highdimensional functions and spaces.
Physicists can use computer graphics to transcend the limits of scale. With
it they can explore both microscopic and macroscopic worlds.
From satellite camera
From geological data, data with intrinsic spatial signification
From mathematics, chemistry
abstract data and hierarchical data
Triply connected graph embeddingsMinimal Surface graph embeddings resulting in interlocking disconnected
lattices



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