VACLab at IEEE VIS 2022: Three Papers, a Poster, and a Panel

VACLab researchers are sharing their research throughout the week at IEEE VIS 2022, the premier international conference for visualization research.

New Article on Content Recommendation Design to Appear at IEEE VIS and in IEEE TVCG

VACLab-er Zhilan Zhou is first author for a new article that characterizes the design space for content recommendation within visual analytics systems.

New NSF Grant to Study Visualization and Causal Inference

VACLab members David Gotz and David Borland have secured a new award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study visual causal inference.

Congratulations to Dr. Alex Rich!

VACLab-er Alex Rich successfully defended his dissertation titled 'Building and Evaluating Detailed Graphical Financial Conflict of Interest Disclosures in Medical Research.'

David Gotz Named McColl Term Professor, Promoted to Full Professorship

VACLab director David Gotz has been named Frances Carroll McColl Term Professor and promoted to full professor at SILS.

VACLab Papers at IEEE VIS 2021

VACLab-ers present their latest research including the use of counterfactuals to improve inferences from visualizations, population health for COVID-19, and visualization as a behavioral nudge.

Alex Rich Discusses Iterative Visualiation Design in New Nightingale Article

The CDC uses visualization to communicate. There's always room for improvement...

New Survey of Visual Analytics Methods for Event Sequence Data to Appear in IEEE TVCG

A review of state-of-the-art visual analytics approaches, a formalized design space, and open challenges for future work.

New Work Presented at 2021 AMIA Informatics Summit

Wang et al.'s podium abstract describes an evaluation of medical NLP libraries when applied to patient-reported adverse event reports.

New Paper to Appear at ACM CHI Examines Analytic Focus During Visual Analysis

Zhou et al. describe and evaluate a new approach to modeling and leveraging a user's analytic focus during visual analysis tasks.