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Multiple Views: Visualization Research Explained
A blog about visualization research, for anyone, by the people who do it. Edited by Jessica Hullman, Danielle Szafir, Robert Kosara, and Enrico Bertini
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A blog about visualization research, for anyone, by the people who do it. Edited by Jessica Hullman, Danielle Szafir, Robert Kosara, and Enrico Bertini. Logo designs by Samana Shrestha.

Editors
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Jessica Hullman
Assistant Professor, Computer Science (and Journalism!) at Northwestern University. I research data visualization and the communication of uncertainty.
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Robert Kosara
Information visualization and data storytelling. Research scientist at Tableau Software, runner, dabbler in electronics. Main blog at https://eagereyes.org.
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Danielle Szafir
Assistant Professor @ CU-Boulder working at the intersection of data visualization, visual cognition, and HCI. More at http://cmci.colorado.edu/visualab
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Enrico Bertini
Associate Professor at NYU Tandon. Research + Teaching Data Visualization and Visual Analytics. Co-Host of Data Stories Podcast.
Writers
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The Birdbassador
enthusiast of things you like, detester of the things you don't like, but not in a mean way so i don't seem off-putting. just generally a solid follow
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Michael Correll
Information Visualization, Data Ethics, Graphical Perception.
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Lace Padilla, PhD
NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow Northwestern University. I research visualization decision making and spatial reasoning
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Niklas Elmqvist
Professor and Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at University of Maryland, College Park.
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matt brehmer
Specializing in expressive information design for storytelling & journalism and data visualization for mobile devices @MSFTResearch
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Nina McCurdy
PhD candidate studying data visualization at the University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute
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Evanthia Dimara
I am a research scientist in Information Visualization. I focus on decision making — how to help people make unbiased and informed decisions alone or in groups.