Sarah A. Vitak

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The use of recorded eye movements, or scanpaths, has been demonstrated as an effective visualization for feed-forward visual search training, instruction, and stimulated retrospective think-aloud usability testing. In this paper we show that creation of a scripted or recorded video of an expert's think-aloud session augmented by an animation of their(More)
Single-cell genome sequencing has proven valuable for the detection of somatic variation, particularly in the context of tumor evolution. Current technologies suffer from high library construction costs, which restrict the number of cells that can be assessed and thus impose limitations on the ability to measure heterogeneity within a tissue. Here, we(More)
Single cell genome sequencing has proven to be a valuable tool for the detection of somatic variation, particularly in the context of tumor evolution and neuronal heterogeneity. Current technologies suffer from high per-cell library construction costs which restrict the number of cells that can be assessed, thus imposing limitations on the ability to(More)
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