Potential and Pitfalls.- Models and Software.- Colour in Scientific Visualization.- Choosing Techniques.- Visualizing Scalars.- Visualizing Vectors.- Bibliography and Further Reading.
From the reviews: "Wright, after an overview of the field, presents the basics of color, provides an exemplary taxonomy of visualization techniques ... . the book also contains a bibliography, references, solutions to exercises, a list of useful Web sites, common abbreviations, a glossary, and a comprehensive index. ... all the visualization techniques are lucidly described, with clear ... examples, corresponding charts, and color plates. ... Readers looking for a short and accessible introduction to visualization techniques can't go wrong with Wright's book." (D. Spinellis, ACM Computing Reviews, September, 2008)