Vismon is a visual tool for fisheries data analysis. The input is a simulation with two input parameters (the management options) and several output indicators. The purpose of Vismon is to help decision makers to quickly narrow down all possible management options to only few that are agreeable to all stakeholders. Then, a detailed trade-off among the few chosen management options can be performed.
Maryam Booshehrian, Torsten Möller, Randall M. Peterman, and Tamara Munzner. "Vismon: Facilitating Risk Assessment and Decision Making In Fisheries Management". Technical report TR 2011-04, School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada, September 2011. (pdf)
Maryam Booshehrian, Torsten Möller, Randall M. Peterman, and Tamara Munzner. "Vismon: Facilitating Analysis of Trade-Offs, Uncertainty, and Sensitivity In Fisheries Management Decision Making". Computer Graphics Forum (Proceedings of Eurographics Conference on Visualization 2012 (EuroVis 2012)), vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 1235-1244. (pdf) (received the second best award)