SensePath: Understanding the Sensemaking Process Through Analytic Provenance

  title={SensePath: Understanding the Sensemaking Process Through Analytic Provenance},
  author={Phong H. Nguyen and Kai Xu and Ashley Wheat and B. L. William Wong and Simon Attfield and Bob Fields},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
Sensemaking is described as the process of comprehension, finding meaning and gaining insight from information, producing new knowledge and informing further action. Understanding the sensemaking process allows building effective visual analytics tools to make sense of large and complex datasets. Currently, it is often a manual and time-consuming undertaking to comprehend this: researchers collect observation data, transcribe screen capture videos and think-aloud recordings, identify recurring… CONTINUE READING
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