[ASA] Call for Participants: Visual Discovery in Data-Intensive Disciplines
cfluke at swin.edu.au
Fri Jun 18 11:26:25 AEST 2021
Dear ASA Members,
Call for Participants: Understanding and improving the process of visual discovery in data-intensive observational disciplines
Researchers from Swinburne University of Technology are recruiting researchers and postgraduate students working in the broad fields of Astronomy and Earth Observation sciences. The purpose of the project is to gain understanding of the current work practices of researchers in these two data-intensive disciplines.
In particular, the project aims to investigate the role of visual inspection of images in the two disciplines. This includes understanding experiences with formal and informal training in visual inspection of data, the extent to which visual inspection and/or automated solutions are used in current work activities, and the level of awareness and/or adoption of several categories of advanced image display technologies.
Volunteers will be asked to complete an online survey, delivered through the Qualtrics Experience Management platform, which should take no more than 20 minutes to complete.
Survey responses will be collected anonymously. However, participants may also agree to take part in a short interview (10 minutes) with the research team and/or register for a future planned technology demonstration. On providing such additional consent, you will be asked to identify yourself and provide an e-mail address to the research team.
Prior to commencing the survey, we ask that you please read the Consent Information Statement, which is accessible from:
To access the survey please click on the link below or cut-and-paste the link into your Web browser:
This research has received ethics approval by or on behalf of Swinburne University of Technology's Human Research Ethics Committee.
For more information, please contact:
Prof Christopher Fluke
Phone: +61 3 9214 5828
E-mail: cfluke at swin.edu.au
Christopher Fluke, Hugo Walsh (Honours Student) and Lewis de Zoete (Honours Student)
Swinburne University of Technology
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