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    • Bringing modern machine learning into clinical practice through the use of intuitive visualization and human-computer interaction 

      Osuala, Richard; Li, Jieyi; Arandelovic, Ognjen (2019-04) - Journal article
      The increasing trend of systematic collection of medical data (diagnoses, hospital admission emergencies, blood test results, scans, etc) by healthcare providers offers an unprecedented opportunity for the application of ...
    • Considering agency and data granularity in the design of visualization tools 

      Mendez, Gonzalo Gabriel; Nacenta, Miguel; Hinrichs, Uta (ACM, 2018-04-21) - Conference item
      Previous research has identified trade-offs when it comes to designing visualization tools. While constructive “bottom-up” tools promote a hands-on, user-driven design process that enables a deep understanding and control ...
    • Designing digital constructive visualization tools 

      Méndez, Gonzalo Gabriel (University of St Andrews, 2018-06-27) - Thesis
      The emergence of tools that support fast and easy creation of visualizations has made the benefits of Information Visualization (InfoVis) more accessible. The predominant design for visualization authoring tools often ...
    • Francy - an interactive discrete mathematics framework for GAP 

      Martins, Manuel Machado; Pfeiffer, Markus Johannes (Springer, 2018) - Conference item
      Data visualization and interaction with large data sets is known to be essential and critical in many businesses today, and the same applies to research and teaching, in this case, when exploring large and complex mathematical ...
    • From people to pixels : visualizing historical university records 

      Vancisin, Tomas; Crawford, Alice; Orr, Mary Margaret; Hinrichs, Uta (2018-04-19) - Conference item
      The world’s oldest universities have started digitizing their historical student/staff records. Such data collections have the potential to provide valuable insights into the early educated population’s social and cultural ...
    • Investigating the influence of visualization on student understanding of quantum superposition 

      Kohnle, Antje; Baily, Charles; Ruby, Scott (American Association of Physics Teachers, 2015-04-28) - Conference item
      Visualizations in interactive computer simulations are a powerful tool to help students develop productive mental models, particularly in the case of quantum phenomena that have no classical analogue. The QuVis Quantum ...
    • Mining the material archive : balancing sensate experience and sense-making in digitized print collections 

      Forlini, Stefania; Hinrichs, Uta; Brosz, John (2018-11-23) - Journal article
      Large-scale digitization appears to put literary collections at one’s fingertips, but, as some critics warn, the books themselves are increasingly out of reach as university libraries continue to shift from being ‘physical ...
    • Mobile onsite exploration of parallel realities with Oculus Rift 

      Davies, C.; Miller, A.; Fawcett, R. (IEEE, 2015-09-28) - Conference item
      This paper reports experience in developing a parallel reality system which allows its user to observe and move around their real environment whilst wearing a stereoscopic 3D head mounted display imbued with video-see ...
    • Risk the drift! Stretching disciplinary boundaries through critical collaborations between the humanities and visualization 

      Hinrichs, Uta; El-Assady, Mennatallah; Bradely, Adam James; Forlini, Stefania; Collins, Christopher (2017-08-11) - Conference paper
      In this paper, we discuss collaborations that can emerge between humanities and visualization researchers. Based on four case studies we illustrate different collaborative constellations within such cross-disciplinary ...
    • TAPping into mental models with blocks 

      Rough, D.; Quigley, A. (IEEE, 2017-10-10) - Conference item
      Trigger-Action Programming (TAP) has been shown to support end-users' rule-based mental models of context-aware applications. However, when desired behaviours increase in complexity, this can lead to ambiguity that confuses ...
    • Transmogrification: casual manipulation of visualizations 

      Brosz, John; Nacenta, Miguel; Pusch, Richard; Carpendale, Sheelagh; Hurter, Christophe (ACM, 2013-10-08) - Conference item
      A transmogrifier is a novel interface that enables quick, on-the-fly graphic transformations. A region of a graphic can be specified by a shape and transformed into a destination shape with real-time, visual feedback. Both ...