THE STACKED STACKED BAR GRAPH

Stacked-stacked bar graph is the working title of a visualization that builds on the strengths of a stacked bar graph. Where a stacked bar graph allows for a visual comparison of the parts to the whole, our proposed visualization further divides the parts to allow for additional points of comparison.

For more information, see:
Szigeti, S., Patrasc, J., Schnitman, D., and Diamond, S. 2014. “The Stacked-Stacked Bar Graph: A New Twist on an Old Visualization.” IEEE InfoVis Proceedings.

Stacked-stacked bar graph is the working title of a visualization that builds on the strengths of a stacked bar graph.
Stacked-stacked bar graph is the working title of a visualization that builds on the strengths of a stacked bar graph.
Monday, September 14, 2015 - 3:45pm
Lab Member: 
Dr. Sara Diamond
Dr. Steve Szigeti
Joana Patrasc
David Schnitman

THE INFINITE CANVAS

The Infinite Canvas is a tablet display for news search results display that takes advantage of spatial relationships to understand connections between articles.  The articles are sorted by relevance along the vertical direction, and by date along the x direction.

For more information, see: 
Szigeti, S. Schnitman, D., Peters, J., Vu, P. & Diamond, S. (2015). Infinite Canvas: A novel presentation of newspaper search results on a tablet. MobileHCI 2015, August 24-27, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Screenshot from the Infinite Canvas - a tablet display for news search results
Screenshot from the Infinite Canvas - a tablet display for news search results
Monday, September 14, 2015 - 3:45pm
Lab Member: 
Dr. Steve Szigeti
David Schnitman
Jessica Peter
Dr. Sara Diamond