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One point of discussion that researchers across many different strands of visualization researchers agreed upon was the visualization research is not as visible as it should be to the many people designing, critiquing, and otherwise using visualization in the world

One point of discussion that researchers across many different strands of visualization researchers agreed upon was the visualization research is not as visible as it should be to the many people designing, critiquing, and otherwise using visualization in the world. This includes data scientists, information designers, business analysts, researchers in other fields, and numerous others. Some aspects of this disconnect are institutional — our research is often buried behind paywalls. But we suspect that a large portion of it is also due to the way that visualization researchers, like many scientists, are not always motivated or skilled in communicating their research to a broader audience. — https://medium.com/multiple-views-visualization-research-explained/why-we-should-be-talking-about-visualization-research-4d28a2032de3?source=rss—-304d1be73000—4
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