Grounded evaluation of information visualizations

  title={Grounded evaluation of information visualizations},
  author={Petra Isenberg and Torre Zuk and Christopher Collins and M. Sheelagh T. Carpendale},
We introduce grounded evaluation as a process that attempts to ensure that the evaluation of an information visualization tool is situated within the context of its intended use. We discuss the process and scope of grounded evaluation in general, and then describe how qualitative inquiry may be a beneficial approach as part of this process. We advocate for increased attention to the field of qualitative inquiry early in the information visualization development life cycle, as it tries to… CONTINUE READING
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