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Did you take a look at how Google maps shows their shortest path? The shortest path is highlighted with a strong color and the other options in a less prominent color (grey on Google maps). Also an indicator shows how long each path will take to reach the destination. When adding colors just make sure you choose colors and a thickness that will make ...


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Good UI layout will remain the same whether it's in dark or light. Therefore, research into good UI practices will serve you well, regardless of the light you're in. However, to help you out, the difference in how the user sees good UI in bright light would be in contrast of colors. Generally in lighter conditions, colors will appear more washed out and ...


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Here's what I've gone with so far: I decided to go with a legend, clearly signifying which dataset is which and allowing users to toggle them on or off at will. I've done some pretty simple usability testing so far and the results are looking positive, but I'm sure there is room for improvement.


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It doesn't matter where the cutoff is. 55.0000000000000000000000001 is still over 55. As for how to count 45-55 vs 55-65; you generally start counting at whole integers. We tend to start (things of unknown length) however it's easy, because we can't yet know where the end is, so you can't adjust for the unknown end. This influences our thinking so that we ...


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Totally see your point in the second instance, but in the first, isn't the problem, as you stated it, endlessly recursive? [0-.999],[1-1.999]. "Ah, but what if I have a value of 0.9992?" Ok, [0-.9999],[1-1.9999]. "Ah, but what if I have a value of 0.99923?" : / You have to draw a line somewhere. Where exactly you draw that line and how ...



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