Context-sensitive selection of the results in Figure 1 (see case study). When users move the cursor over the tabular visualisation, both the row and column that are intersected are considered. (a) If no immediately adjacent rows have identical values for the column under the cursor, a single row receives focus. (b) If adjacent rows do have the same value for the column under the cursor, they all receive focus. Clicking selects all rows that are in focus. Context-sensitive selection reduces effort to select multiple data records to display the corresponding output images in the image browser (see Figure 1(d)).