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We have Miriah Meyer with us in this episode to talk about how to build interactive data visualization tools for scientists and researchers. Miriah is Assistant Professor at University of Utah and one of the leading experts on the process of designing data visualizations for scientific discovery.
To know more about her, take a look at her talk at TEDxWaterloo and her projects page, where she has numerous links to applications she developed in biology and other domains (see for instance MizBee and Pathline).
On the show we talk about her work on analyzing and understanding the design process: required steps, major pitfalls and tips on how to collaborate with domain scientists.
We also talk about her recent fascinating ethnographic work on “Reflections on How Designers Design With Data” and her ongoing work on building visualization tools for poetry!
Enjoy the show!
- Miriah’s Home Page
- Miriah’s Projects
- TEDxWaterloo – Miriah Meyer – Information Visualization for Scientific Discovery
- Paper: How Designers Design With Data [ethnographic study]
- Paper: Design Study Methodology: Reflections from the Trenches and the Stacks [on the visualization design process]
- Paper: Visualization Collaborations What Works and Why
- The Lyra Visualization Design Environment (VDE)
- Paper: Overview: The Design, Adoption, and Analysis of a Visual Document Mining Tool For Investigative Journalists – Matthew Brehmer, Stephen Ingram, Jonathan Stray, and Tamara Munzner [one rare case of adoption study]