Knowledge Design- Visualising Meaning, University College, Cork, 19-21 Septembers 2013

The workshop analysed and synthesized the data based on results of the international NeDiMAH and ESF survey on visualization undertaken throughout the Arts and Humanities community through various networks during July-August-September 2013.  The survey was designed and built in a transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary workshop meeting of WG 2 Information Visualization and WG 1 on Space and Time. It addresses the focus of the NeDiMAH initiative directly:

The examination of the practice of, and evidence for, digital research in the arts and humanities across Europe...

The meeting actively engaged with the data generated by the survey, each participant focused on the analysis of specific questions and completed key tasks, such as agreeing on a methodology for combined data analysis, and a strategy for further analysis using a range of techniques including co-occurrences of linguistic terms to cross reference findings across questions and domains and the use of a variety of visualization representation techniques.

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