Integrierte Mentale Modelle kulturgeschichtlicher Daten

Beschreibung

Towards Integrated Mental Models of Cultural Heritage Data International databases offer public web access to growing volumes of multidimensional, temporal cultural heritage data (Europeana.eu). Interfaces so far focus on selected dimensions (e.g. geo + temporal only), do not engage non-expert users, and do not sufficiently support the integrated exploration & cognitive elaboration of cultural heritage collections. Against this background our aims are to develop new Visual Analytics methods and empirically test their effectiveness to support the synoptic visual exploration, as well as integrated learning and reasoning of casusal users in the realm of cultural heritage data. To reach this goal we apply a cognitively-grounded concept and method development process to innovatively integrate Visual Analytics methods for temporal, multidimensional data – and make use of methods especially suited for serving synoptic tasks and constructing integrated mental models. According to current research, the Visual Analytics method of the Space-Time Cube shows specific potential to a) gain integrated insights and overview on complex or combinatorial tasks, or multidimensional data constellations. Another strength is the conceptual integration and navigation between different (other) methods of dynamic (information) visualization – especially in combination with multiple linked (2D) views which can cover less complex analytical tasks. Furthermore, it has been shown that the three-dimensional shapes of the Space-Time Cube engage and attract casual users – whose specific needs in this context have to be systematically taken into account. By a series of experiments we will empirically explore and test the effectiveness of the proposed visual analytical methods to support the construction of integrated mental models. To pursue this goal, a combined quantitative (eye tracking, questionnaires, obervations) and qualitative (think-aloud, interviews, obervations, relational insight organizer) research design will deliver new insights into the cognitive processes of casual data explorers. By systematically intertwining and developing Cognitive Science and Visual Analytics methods we expect the project to contribute to the field of Visual Analytics with a cognitively grounded concept and methods development process, new ways to integrate VA methods, and with new knowledge on the workings of mental models within casual users. In doing so, the project is expected to additionally develop new perspectives for the fields of Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage Visualization.

Details

Projektzeitraum 01.04.2016 - 30.09.2019
Fördergeber FWF
Förderprogramm FWF
Department

Department für Wissens- und Kommunikationsmanagement

Projekt­verantwortung (Donau-Universität Krems) Dr. Eva Mayr
Projekt­mitarbeit Saminu Salisu, MSc MSc Mag. Günther Schreder Mag. Florian Windhager

Team

Publikationen

Windhager, F. (2019). Choreographien der Existenz. Zur multimodalen Erweiterung biographischer Forschung und Lehre durch Verfahren der visuellen Analyse und Synthese . BIOS – Zeitschrift für Biographieforschung, Oral History und Lebensverlaufsanalysen. Themenheft Digital Humanities und biographische Forschung, Jg. 30, Nr. 1-2: 60-75

Mayr, E.; Windhager, F. (2018). Once upon a Spacetime: Visual Storytelling in Cognitive and Geotemporal Information Spaces. International Journal of Geo-Information. Special Issue: Storytelling with Geographic Data, 7(3): 1-18

Windhager, F.; Federico, P.; Schreder, G.; Glinka, K.; Dörk, M. et. al. (2018). Visualization of Cultural Heritage Collection Data: State of the Art and Future Challenges. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, [early access]: https://doi.org/10.1109/TVCG.2

Windhager, F.; Salisu, S.; Mayr, E. (2018). Visualizing Uncertainty in Cultural Heritage Collections. K. Lawonn, N. Smit, L. Linsen, & R. Kosara (eds.), Proceedings of the EuroVis Workshop on Reproducibility, Verification, and Validation in Visualization (EuroRV3), The Eurographics Association

Windhager, F.; Salisu, S.; Schreder, G.; Mayr, E. (2018). Orchestrating Overviews: A Synoptic Approach to the Visualization of Cultural Collections. Remaking Collections. Special Issue of the Open Library of the Humanities (OLH), Volume 4, Issue 2: 1-39

Mayr, E.; Schreder, G.; Windhager, F. (2018). Digital HUMANities - Eine benutzerzentrierte Perspektive. Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum (DHd) 2018, Köln

Windhager, F.; Glinka, K.; Mayr, E.; Schreder, G.; Dörk, M. (2018). Zur Weiterentwicklung des “cognition support”: Sammlungsvisualisierungen als Austragungsort kritisch-kulturwissenschaftlicher Forschung. Kritik der Digitalen Vernunft. Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum (DHd) 2018, Köln

Windhager, F.; Federico, P.; Salisu, S.; Schlögl. M.; Mayr, E. (2017). A Synoptic Visualization Framework for the Multi-Perspective Study of Biography and Prosopography Data. 2nd IEEE VIS Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities (VIS4DH'17), Phoenix, Arizona

Mayr, E.; Miksch, S.; Federico, P.; Schreder, G.; Smuc, M. et al. (2016). Visualization of Cultural Heritage Data for Casual Users. 1st IEEE VIS Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities, Baltimore, MD

Mayr, E.; Schreder, G.; Smuc, M.; Windhager, F. (2016). Looking at the Representations in our Mind: Measuring Mental Models of Information Visualizations. BELIV '16: Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop on Beyond Time and Errors on Novel Evaluation Methods for Visualization: 96-103, ACM, New York

Schreder, G.; Windhager, F.; Smuc, M.; Mayr, E. (2016). Supporting Cognition in the Face of Political Data and Discourse: A Mental Models Perspective on Designing Information Visualization Systems. IEEE, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference for eDemocracy and Open Government (CeDEM) 2016: 213-218, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, CA

Windhager, F.; Federico, P.; Mayr, E.; Schreder, G.; Smuc, M. (2016). A Review of Information Visualization Approaches and Interfaces to Digital Cultural Heritage Collections. "Aigner, W.; Schmiedl, G.; Blumenstein, K.; Zeppelzauer, M.", Proceedings of the 9th Forum Media Technology 2016: 74-81, CEUR, St. Pölten, Austria

Windhager, F.; Mayr, E.; Schreder, G.; Smuc, M.; Federico, P. et al. (2016). Reframing Cultural Heritage Collections in a Visualization Framework of Space-Time Cubes. "Düring, M.; Jatowt, A.; Preiser-Kapeller, J.; van den Bosch, A.", Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Computational History (HistoInformatics 2016): 20-24, CEUR, Krakau

Vorträge

Shapes of Time: Visualizing Set Changes Over Time in Cultural Heritage Collections

EuroVis 2019, 04.06.2019

Zum visuellen Möglichkeitsraum geisteswissenschaftlicher Theorievermittlung

Vienna Doctoral Academy - Theory and Methodology in the Humanities, Retraite Mariazell, 23.05.2019

Visualisierung zwischen Pluralismus und Fragmentierung: Zur Integration von multiplen Perspektiven auf kulturelle Sammlungen

Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum (DHd) 2019, 28.04.2019

Projecting Film Archives – Lessons Learned from the Visualization of Cultural Heritage Collection Data

Sensory Moving Image Archives Symposium, Amsterdam, NL, 26.02.2019

Multi-perspektivisch, generös, interaktiv. Zu neuen Techniken der Repräsentation von alten Meistern

Das Kunstmuseum im digitalen Zeitalter, Wien, Österreich, 11.01.2019

New Ways of Visualising Cultural Collections

Mapping City Films, Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Wien, Österreich, 14.12.2018

Visualization of Cultural Heritage Collection Data: State of the Art and Future Challenges

IEEE VIS Conference (InfoVis) 2018, Berlin, 23.10.2018

Pinning up Hairballs: Zur Modellierung und Visualisierung von Kontroversen in Raum und Zeit

Workshop der DGNet "Qualitative Methoden in der Netzwerkforschung", IAB Nürnberg, 14.09.2018

Visualizing Uncertainty in Cultural Heritage Collections

EuroVIS Workshop on Reproducibility, Verification, and Validation in Visualization (EuroRV3), Brno, Czech Republic, 04.06.2018

Zur Weiterentwicklung des “cognition support”: Sammlungsvisualisierungen als Austragungsort kritisch-kulturwissenschaftlicher Forschung

Kritik der Digitalen Vernunft. Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum (DHd) 2018, Köln, 28.02.2018

Digital HUMANities - Eine benutzerzentrierte Perspektive

Kritik der Digitalen Vernunft. Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum (DHd) 2018, Köln, Deutschland, 27.02.2018

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