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Proceedings of the 2014 Workshop on BEyond time and errors: novel evaLuation methods for Information Visualization

Fullname:BELIV'14 Proceedings of the 2014 AVI Workshop on BEyond time and errors: novel evaLuation methods for Information Visualization
Editors:Heidi Lam; Petra Isenberg; Tobias Isenberg; Michael Sedlmair
Location:Paris, France
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-3209-5; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: BELIV14
Links:Conference Website
  1. Rethinking evaluation level-abstracted task vs. in situ evaluation
  2. Cognitive processes & interaction
  3. New techniques I -- eye tracking
  4. New techniques II -- crowdsourcing
  5. Adopting methods from other fields
  6. Experience reports

Rethinking evaluation level-abstracted task vs. in situ evaluation

Visualizing dimensionally-reduced data: interviews with analysts and a characterization of task sequences BIBAFull-Text 1-8
  Matthew Brehmer; Michael Sedlmair; Stephen Ingram; Tamara Munzner
User tasks for evaluation: untangling the terminology throughout visualization design and development BIBAFull-Text 9-15
  Alexander Rind; Wolfgang Aigner; Markus Wagner; Silvia Miksch; Tim Lammarsch
Considerations for characterizing domain problems BIBAFull-Text 16-22
  Kirsten M. Winters; Denise Lach; Judith B. Cushing
Navigating reductionism and holism in evaluation BIBAFull-Text 23-26
  Michael Correll; Eric Alexander; Danielle Albers; Alper Sarikaya; Michael Gleicher

Cognitive processes & interaction

Evaluation methodology for comparing memory and communication of analytic processes in visual analytics BIBAFull-Text 27-34
  Eric D. Ragan; John R. Goodall
Just the other side of the coin? From error- to insight-analysis BIBAFull-Text 35-40
  Michael Smuc
Evaluating user behavior and strategy during visual exploration BIBAFull-Text 41-45
  Khairi Reda; Andrew E. Johnson; Jason Leigh; Michael E. Papka
Value-driven evaluation of visualizations BIBAFull-Text 46-53
  John Stasko

New techniques I -- eye tracking

Benchmark data for evaluating visualization and analysis techniques for eye tracking for video stimuli BIBAFull-Text 54-60
  Kuno Kurzhals; Cyrill Fabian Bopp; Jochen Bässler; Felix Ebinger; Daniel Weiskopf
Evaluating visual analytics with eye tracking BIBAFull-Text 61-69
  Kuno Kurzhals; Brian Fisher; Michael Burch; Daniel Weiskopf
Towards analyzing eye tracking data for evaluating interactive visualization systems BIBAFull-Text 70-77
  Tanja Blascheck; Thomas Ertl

New techniques II -- crowdsourcing

Gamification as a paradigm for the evaluation of visual analytics systems BIBAFull-Text 78-86
  Nafees Ahmed; Klaus Mueller
Crowdster: enabling social navigation in web-based visualization using crowdsourced evaluation BIBAFull-Text 87-94
  Yuet Ling Wong; Niklas Elmqvist
Repeated measures design in crowdsourcing-based experiments for visualization BIBAFull-Text 95-102
  Alfie Abdul-Rahman; Karl J. Proctor; Brian Duffy; Min Chen

Adopting methods from other fields

Evaluation of information visualization techniques: analysing user experience with reaction cards BIBAFull-Text 103-109
  Tanja Mercun
Toward visualization-specific heuristic evaluation BIBAFull-Text 110-117
  Alvin Tarrell; Ann Fruhling; Rita Borgo; Camilla Forsell; Georges Grinstein; Jean Scholtz
Experiences and challenges with evaluation methods in practice: a case study BIBAFull-Text 118-125
  Simone Kriglstein; Margit Pohl; Nikolaus Suchy; Johannes Gärtner; Theresia Gschwandtner; Silvia Miksch
More bang for your research buck: toward recommender systems for visual analytics BIBAFull-Text 126-133
  Leslie M. Blaha; Dustin L. Arendt; Fairul Mohd-Zaid
Sanity check for class-coloring-based evaluation of dimension reduction techniques BIBAFull-Text 134-141
  Michaël Aupetit

Experience reports

Oopsy-daisy: failure stories in quantitative evaluation studies for visualizations BIBAFull-Text 142-146
  Sung-Hee Kim; Ji Soo Yi; Niklas Elmqvist
Pre-design empiricism for information visualization: scenarios, methods, and challenges BIBAFull-Text 147-151
  Matthew Brehmer; Sheelagh Carpendale; Bongshin Lee; Melanie Tory
Field experiment methodology for pair analytics BIBAFull-Text 152-159
  Linda T. Kaastra; Brian Fisher
Utility evaluation of models BIBAFull-Text 160-167
  Jean Scholtz; Oriana Love; Mark Whiting; Duncan Hodges; Lia Emanuel; Danaë Stanton Fraser