I am trying to write the following sentence:
"There are some objectives we cannot miss in any visualization library, which are: performance: high-level abstraction may limit the user’s ..., debugging: trial and error is a fundamental part ..."
I kinda feel I have improper use of the colon "which are:" since I have a second colon describing the performance in "performance: high-level ..."
I have checked this proposed approach. However, I have no suggests of how to apply it on my case.