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Juxtaposing Controlled Empirical Studies in Visualization with Topic Developments in Psychology

@article{AbdulRahman2019JuxtaposingCE,
  title={Juxtaposing Controlled Empirical Studies in Visualization with Topic Developments in Psychology},
  author={Alfie Abdul-Rahman and Rita Borgo and Minglu Chen and Darren J. Edwards and Brian Fisher},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1909.03786}
}
Empirical studies form an integral part of visualization research. Not only can they facilitate the evaluation of various designs, techniques, systems, and practices in visualization, but they can also enable the discovery of the causalities explaining why and how visualization works. This state-of-the-art report focuses on controlled and semi-controlled empirical studies conducted in laboratories and crowd-sourcing environments. In particular, the survey provides a taxonomic analysis of over… CONTINUE READING

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