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Delivering data differently

by   Gwynn Sturdevant, et al.

Human-computer interaction relies on mouse/touchpad, keyboard, and screen, but tools have recently been developed that engage sound, smell, touch, muscular resistance, voice dialogue, balance, and multiple senses at once. How might these improvements impact upon the practice of statistics and data science? People with low vision may be better able to grasp and explore data. More generally, methods developed to enable this have the potential to allow sighted people to use more senses and become better analysts. We would like to adapt some of the wide range of available computer and sensory input/output technologies to transform data science workflows. Here is a vision of what this synthesis might accomplish.


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