02 March 2015

Research study on network visualizations needs participants

Hello! My name is Lauren and I’m a Research Coordinator for Dr. Neil Abernethy in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education at the University of Washington. We’re currently recruiting for an online study about network visualization tasks. Your responses will help inform design and layout choices for a novel software tool for network visualization by helping us understand how people interpret different kinds of network visualizations under different assumptions about the networks. As part of this research, you would complete some common network analysis tasks, such as finding a path between two points in a network graph, and then rating your confidence in your answer. If you’re interested in participating, you can complete the survey at your convenience wherever you have internet access. Participation in the online study offers entry into a raffle for one of two $100 pre-paid VISA card. To participate in the study, please refer to the following link: Further instructions are provided on the study landing page; please read them carefully before starting the study. If you have any technical difficulties, please contact Alan Au at aau@uw.edu. If you have any questions, please contact me by e-mail at lncarr@uw.edu (Please remember that we cannot guarantee the confidentiality of any information sent by e-mail). Participation in this study is completely voluntary and has no impact on your course grades. If you have any questions about your rights as a research subject, you can call the University of Washington Human Subjects Division (206) 543-0098. Thank you, Lauren Carroll, MS, MPH Research Coordinator Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education University of Washington, Seattle

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