D. A. Nation, C. Plaisant, G. Marchionini, and A. Komlodi
E. Kandogan and B. Shneiderman
R. Hightower, L. Ring, J. Helfman, B. B. Bederson, and J. Hollan
Just as the largest library, badly arranged, is not so useful as a very moderate one that is well arranged, so the greatest amount of knowledge, if not elaborated by our own thoughts, is worth much less than a far smaller volume that has been abundantly and repeatedly thought over.
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860).
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