APPROACHES TO VISUALIZATION OF LARGE VOLUMETRIC TEXT DOCUMENTS

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The article discusses the relevance of data visualization, based on improving the efficiency of the perception of the material to make the right professional solutions. author of the study describes the steps for creating verbal and graphic materials multipage text documents on the example of the analysis and structuring of the information provided in the Development Strategy of the State Autonomous Educational Institution “Moscow City Pedagogical University” for the period until 2020, including:setting a goal, the definition of the main directions of the rendered objects , the study of verbal material, familiarity with previously established visualized examples, creating schematic drawings, search and selection of resources, creation of visualization, analysis work. It is also justified by the need for each stage, and provides recommendations for the implementation of visualized ideas. Particular attention is paid to the isolation and mapping of key sites such as the logo of the educational institution, full name, infrastructure, etc. The paper sets out the basic approach to the visualization of documents containing large amounts of text data, among which are highlighted: purposeful, analytical, creative, search, implementation-creative, reflective. We give the visualization of multi-page document University Development Strategy in the form of three logically and stylistically related illustrations with a description placed in these facilities.

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O Yu Zaslavskaya

Moscow City Pedagogical University

Sadovaya-Samotechnaya str, 8, Moscow, Russia, 127051

E S Puchkova

Moscow City Pedagogical University

Sadovaya-Samotechnaya str, 8, Moscow, Russia, 127051

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