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And that’s a wrap. Another productive #HCIL Symposium complete - with supplies back in the lab ready to be stored a… https://t.co/oqNDYNwNDz
25th May, 2018 #HCIL
Today, I'm attending the #HCIL symposium. Really interesting insights in the work happening at @hcil_umd. I'm also… https://t.co/SO0kfvpGjj
25th May, 2018 #HCIL
Kelly Mills presenting her dissertation research on how to understand how children use everyday activities to reaso… https://t.co/5VS1P0UX6h
24th May, 2018
Unit visualizations maintain a direct mapping between data items and visual marks without the use of aggregation. R… https://t.co/qcSnIPMleU
24th May, 2018
Hypergraphs allow for edges connecting more than two vertices, such as in a citation network where multiple authors… https://t.co/cXI1ZyJfkN
24th May, 2018
Using medical vocabularies for secondary use is transformative if it can be done effectively, essentially turning t… https://t.co/tPH6Fq2f2V
24th May, 2018
Great, easy description of diff between AR & VR for research from Andrea Batch during #HCIL @UofMaryland: in AR, da… https://t.co/7PYYluWh4X
24th May, 2018 #HCIL
What if you could step into your data's world? @DreaBatch (Ph.D. student in the @iSchoolUMD) presents our ongoing w… https://t.co/DRtDHJimAK
24th May, 2018
Visual comparison has many interesting effects w.r.t. the visual system. @BrianOndov (Ph.D. student at @umdcs) pres… https://t.co/5NNjhRkL6l
24th May, 2018