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I think Anscombe clearly showed that trying to glean information straight from a table is far less useful then combining the table with a chart. Look up Anscombe's Quartet. https://www.dashingd3js.com/why-data-visualizations
The space bar is the easiest button to press repeatedly, given that it is in the center-ish of a standard keyboard, and is also the biggest button. Also, it is not difficult to prevent the default scrolling action.
Here is one use case to consider We have a app where we load the link page in a separate window. This is so current list view is still visible and the user can continue to monitor the list while researching the details page separately. This helps with multi tasking. Also the state of the list is not lost. Say you are scrolled down in the list. Of course I ...
It never hurts to show a selection of relevant information on the listing page, information that is appropriate when users are comparing between options. A single product page makes good sense for SEO and for link sharing, however you can still have a combination of unique product pages but also the ability for a product view modal on the listing page (as ...
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