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Evaluation of the Comprehensiveness of Bar Charts with and without Stacking Functionality using Eye-Tracking

Böschen, Falk; Strobel, Benjamin; Goos, Steffen; Liebers, Christoph; Rathje, Bastian; Scherp, Ansgar


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