Technological advances of the last twenty years have allowed for the rapid generation, collection, and storage of data. The potential of this data to improve our standard of living is contingent on its effect use. Currently, the ability of individuals to analyze and make sense of this data is rife with challenges.
My research aims to address this challenge by creating visualizations that faciliate the systematic use of data. To this end, I conduct research that lies at the intersection of human-computer interaction, data mining, and information visualization with applications in health informatics.
To date, I have focused on addressing three main questions.