10 years of PacificVis

IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium

PacificVis Papers use 8.5 words in the title.

Four, authors, worked, together

Abstract—On average, 154 words are used in the abstracts of PacificVis papers. The shortest one had 49 words while the longest one had 322 words, which used up about a quarter of the first page!

Keywords: Data visualization, Visualization, Rendering, Layout, Image color analysis


This is a summary of all PacificVis papers. Click on the question mark to see details!

Fig. 1. The logo of PacificVis 2017
Table 1. General Information
Date April 18 to 21, 2017
Location Seoul, Korea
Venue Hoam Faculty House


[1] The official webpage, http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/

[2] Cui et al., "Context Preserving Dynamic Word Cloud Visualization", 2010.

Presented in 2017 IEEE PacificVis

Acceptance Rate over Year

Attendance over Year

# of Papers over Year


# of Words in Titles

On average, PacificVis papers use 8.5 words for the title. Out of 313 papers, only 12 (4%) papers used three or less words. The longest title had 19 words, so if you want to impress your reviewers, make the title longer than 20 words!

# of Authors of a Paper

On average, 4 authors work on a PacificVis paper together. Only three papers had 10 co-authors! By the way, could we enter more than 10 authors on the PCS system?

Top 5 Authors

Co-authorship Graph

Top 5 Countries by Author's Affiliation


Most Popular Keywords

We removed the word 'visualization.'

# of Figures in a Paper

# of Tables in a Paper

Most Cited Papers