StATS: Manipulating graphic images using a touchscreen interface (January 23, 2007)
There is a cute video out showing some examples of manipulating graphic images using a touchscreen interface:
In particular, the operator can expand images and zoom in by stretching two fingers apart. While there are not a lot of examples of statistical graphics in this video, with a bit of imagination, you can imagine how this sort of interface might improve the analysis of large and complex data sets.
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