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Sahaj Vaidya

PhD student, New Jersey Institute of Technology

I'm a PhD student in Department of Informatics at New Jersey Institute of Technology. My research looks at how to design and evaluate communication based scientific visualizations to fulfill the goals of effective visual communication. Visualizations are extensively used to communicate about scientific data, like charts which inform the audience about significant scientific development and changes.

Due to this widespread use and impact of visualizations in scientific disciplines, I have worked in the area of communicative visualizations to characterize the cognitive effort required for decoding scientific charts. You can find some of my recent work here . The aim of this work is to develop a systematic understanding of visualization comprehension to bridge the link between visual representation of the data and the information perceived by the users. Explore some of my recent research projects here

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