This year at the IEEE VIS Conference in Baltimore members of the lab will present papers, posters, and workshop contributions! These contributions also represent collaborations with the University of Calgary, the Univeristy of Wisconsin, Madison, and the University of Waterloo.
Papers: Optimizing Hierarchical Visualizations with the Minimum Description Length Principle and Exploring the Possibilities of Embedding Heterogeneous Data Attributes in Familiar Visualizations.
Poster: The Biasing Effect of Word Length in Font Size Encodings (InfoVis Best Poster Honorable Mention!).
Workshop papers: SpatialVis: Visualization of Spatial Gesture Interaction Logs and Visualization at LIVVIL, Digital Humanities, and the Problem of Instrumentalism at Vis4DH.
Workshop organization: Visualization for Digital Humanities.
Check out our work in Baltimore and online!