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  • 1. Visualising Data inAcademic Research AC21010 Michael Crabb
  • 2. Social Inclusion through the Digital Economy
  • 3. Connected Home and CommunityAccessibilityCreative IndustriesTransport Project Themes
  • 4. Connected Home Creative Transportand Community Industries Project Themes
  • 5. Social Networking for OlderAdultsTouch Screen Devices forUsers with Motor IssuesUnderstanding WebsiteUsability through CognitivePsychologyEnabling Users in the BuiltEnvironment Accessibility Perspective
  • 6. User Pool
  • 7. Focus Groups
  • 8. In The Wild Testing
  • 9. User Testing
  • 10. Bridg·esA structure spanning and providing passage over a gap orbarrier, such as a river or roadway
  • 11. lol!:-(
  • 12. HUMAN Computer Interaction
  • 13. ? ? ?HUMAN smartphone Printer tablet? ? ? ?? MAC Calculator Computer Browse Move Mouse Keyboard PC Monitor Touch Interaction write Type Swipe Adjust
  • 14. CognitivePsychology
  • 15. Cattell - Horn - Carroll
  • 16. Cattell - Horn - Carroll
  • 17. CrystallisedIntelligenceFluidIntelligence
  • 18. GlrGsm Ga Gv Gs Gf Gq Gc Gt Gwr
  • 19. Fluid Intelligence Long Term MemoryProcessing Speed Internet Usage Short Term Memory Internet Confidence
  • 20. User Testing
  • 21. Letter SetsOdd One Out Fluid Intelligence I BCDE FGHI JKLM PRST VWXY II CERT KMTV FHXZ BODQ HJPR III KGDB DFIM KIFB HJMQ LHEC
  • 22. Letter SetsOdd One Out Fluid Intelligence I BCDE FGHI JKLM PRST VWXY II CERT KMTV FHXZ BODQ HJPR III KGDB DFIM KIFB HJMQ LHEC
  • 23. Meaningful MemoryRemembering Connections Long Term Memory hammer excellent rock rough roof flat
  • 24. Number Comparison Spot the Difference Processing Speed 11653 11652 18824 18824 518198045 518168045 63216067 63216057 18824 18824
  • 25. Number Comparison Spot the Difference Processing Speed 11653 11652 18824 18824 518198045 518168045 63216067 63216057 18824 18824
  • 26. Meaningful MemoryRemembering Connections Long Term Memory rock dirt smooth flat jagged large roof level rough sloping leaky sturdy hammer big rough good small heavy
  • 27. Meaningful MemoryRemembering Connections Long Term Memory rock dirt smooth flat jagged large roof level rough sloping leaky sturdy hammer big rough good small heavy
  • 28. Digit Span Test Number Recall Short Term Memory 5 3 7 9 2 3 2 9 8 6 1 0 4
  • 29. Digit Span Test Number Recall Short Term Memory ? 5 ? 3 ? 7 ? 9 ? 2 3 2 9 8 6 1 0 4
  • 30. Digit Span Test Number Recall Short Term Memory ? 5 ? 3 ? 7 ? 9 ? 2 3 2 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 9 8 6 1 0 4
  • 31. Questionnaires Likert Scored Internet Usage Internet Confidence “I feel confident using the internet to find information about a topic” Neither Agree Strongly Strongly Agree Agree Disagree nor Disagree Disagree “I feel confident selecting the right words for an Internet search” Neither Agree Strongly Strongly Agree Agree Disagree nor Disagree Disagree “I communicate with friends or family online...” Several Times a Several Times a Every Few Everyday Never Week Month Months
  • 32. Questionnaires Likert Scored Internet Usage Internet Confidence “I feel confident using the internet to find information about a topic” Neither Agree Strongly Strongly Agree Agree Disagree nor Disagree Disagree “I feel confident selecting the right words for an Internet search” Neither Agree Strongly Strongly Agree Agree Disagree nor Disagree Disagree “I communicate with friends or family online...” Several Times a Several Times a Every Few Everyday Never Week Month Months
  • 33. Gf Gf GfIC Ps IC Ps IC PsIU Gsm IU Gsm IU Gsm Glr Glr Glr participant x participant Y participant z
  • 34. Gf Gf GfIC Ps IC Ps IC PsIU Gsm IU Gsm IU Gsm Glr Glr Glr participant x participant Y participant z
  • 35. turn theory into practice
  • 36. turn theory into practice
  • 37. government banking local attractions shopping news medical
  • 38. measurements observedHuman Factors✦Fluid Intelligence✦Processing Speed✦Short Term Memory✦Long Term Memory✦Internet Confidence✦Internet Usage✦Demographicshumans observing websites✦Disorientation Questions✦Disorientation (Reversed) Questions✦Ease of Use Questions
  • 39. nullhypothesis You can’t say that you’re rightstatistical You can onlytesting say you’re not wrong
  • 40. testing hypothesis Cognitive factors have no impact on an individuals ability toH0 : perform Information Retrieval tasks Older and Younger adults use the same cognitive factorsH0 : when performing Information Retrieval tasks Cognitive factors have a negative impact on an individualsH0 : ability to perform Information Retrieval tasks
  • 41. defining an older adult
  • 42. defining an older adult
  • 43. defining an older adult Older Adults Max: 89 Mean: 70 Min: 62Younger Adults Max: 28 Mean: 22 Min: 18
  • 44. s1 s2 s3 independent Kurtosis Multiplesampled t-test Testing Regression
  • 45. Older AdultsYounger s1 s2 s3 Adults independent Kurtosis Multiple sampled t-test Testing Regression
  • 46. Older AdultsYounger s1 s2 s3 Adults independent Kurtosis Multiple sampled t-test Testing Regression
  • 47. Older AdultsYounger s1 s2 s3 Adults independent Kurtosis Multiple sampled t-test Testing Regression
  • 48. Multiple RegressionOlder and Younger Adultss 1 s2 s3 s3 s2 s 1
  • 49. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults 45.1%Cognitive Factors 32.5% Tech Usage 10.4% Age s 1 s2 s3 s3 s2 s 1
  • 50. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults 45.1%Cognitive Factors 32.5% Tech Usage 31.0% Cognitive Factors 10.4% 9.7% Age Tech Usage 0.1% Age s 1 s2 s3 s3 s2 s 1
  • 51. Multiple Regression Cognitive factors have no impact on an individuals ability H0 : Older and Younger Adults to perform Information Retrieval tasks 45.1%Cognitive Factors 32.5% Tech Usage 31.0% Cognitive Factors 10.4% 9.7% Age Tech Usage 0.1% Age s 1 s2 s3 s3 s2 s 1
  • 52. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults 45.1%Cognitive Factors 32.5% Tech Usage 31.0% Cognitive Factors 10.4% 9.7% Age Tech Usage 0.1% Age s 1 s2 s3 s3 s2 s 1
  • 53. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults older Adults Younger Adults DisorientationDisorientation
  • 54. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults older Adults Younger Adults Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Processing Speed
  • 55. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults older Adults Younger Adults Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Processing Speed Internet Usage
  • 56. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults older Adults Younger Adults Internet Confidence Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Fluid Intelligence Short Term Processing Speed Memory Internet Usage
  • 57. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults older Adults Younger Adults Internet Confidence Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Fluid Intelligence Short Term Processing Speed Memory Long Term Memory Internet Usage Processing Speed
  • 58. Multiple Regression Older and Younger adults use the same cognitive factors H0 : Older and Younger Adults when performing Information Retrieval tasks older Adults Younger Adults Internet Confidence Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Fluid Intelligence Short Term Processing Speed Memory Long Term Memory Internet Usage Processing Speed
  • 59. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults older Adults Younger Adults Internet Confidence Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Fluid Intelligence Short Term Processing Speed Memory Long Term Memory Internet Usage Processing Speed
  • 60. Multiple Regression Cognitive factors have a negative impact on an individuals H0 : Older and Younger Adults ability to perform Information Retrieval tasks older Adults Younger Adults Internet Confidence Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Fluid Intelligence Short Term Processing Speed Memory Long Term Memory Internet Usage Processing Speed
  • 61. Multiple Regression Older and Younger Adults older Adults Younger Adults Internet Confidence Short Term Memory DisorientationDisorientation Fluid Intelligence Internet Confidence Fluid Intelligence Short Term Processing Speed Memory Long Term Memory Internet Usage Processing Speed
  • 62. This is boring
  • 63. What I want you to do... “Come up with a different (and more exciting) way of visualising this dataset”
  • 64. 7098 Data Points Human Questionnaire WebsiteFactors Answers Factors
  • 65. 100 110 110 101001011001010 1 10 010 01 001 0
  • 66. Human userID Participant IDFactors fluid Fluid Intelligence intConf Internet Confidence processingSpeed Processing Speed ShortMem Short Term Memory longMem Long Term Memory intUsage Internet Usage Age Participant Age
  • 67. WebsiteFactors questionID random 0 101 categoryID questionID
  • 68. Questionnaire preQuesonInterest postNoIdea preQuesonEase postLearningSite Answers preSiteVisit postSkillfulEasy preSiteVisit postEasyNav Disorientation postFeelLost postConfDirecon EaseofUse postFeelCircles postRightPath postFindPrevious postBackwardForward DisorientationReversed postNavigaon postCurrentPlace postDesiredLocaon postFind Total postDisoriented
  • 69. Thats it. Good Luckdata file is online - address is in the sheet for your assignment michaelcrabb@computing.dundee.ac.uk @mike_crabb