Visualization is integral to both the processes of evaluating big data and communicating research findings. In both processes, visualization is inherently rhetorical and emotive, and yet it is often perceived to be an objective presentation of facts. This presentation explores the subjective nature of visualization, and explores its potential positive and negative effects on big data research.
Presented: Thursday 12th November 2015, 8:00am
Presented at: Campus Conferences: Big Data
Conference location: University of Nevada, Reno
Conference dates: Thursday, November 12, 2015—Thursday, November 12, 2015
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