Monthly Archives: September 2016

AxiSketcher: Interactive Nonlinear Axis Mapping of Visualizations through User Drawings

  Abstract Visual analytics techniques help users explore high-dimensional data. However, it is often challenging for users to express their domain knowledge in order to steer the underlying data model, especially when they have little attribute-level knowledge. Furthermore, users’ complex, high-level domain knowledge, compared to low-level attributes, posits even greater challenges. To overcome these [...]

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Subhajit Das joins the lab

Subhajit Das starts his PhD in Computer Science at the School of Interactive Computing and joins the lab after exploring how visual analytics can be used to help designers in decision making with Autodesk.

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Students return from their summer internships

Fred and Emily interned at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Fred worked on exploring applications of visual analytics in deep learning. Emily explored metrics to detect bias during data exploration. Hannah returns from her summer at IBM Research where she worked on exploring how people select from search results. Arjun returns from his bay area exploration voyage with Ravish [...]

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