Ethics of Data Visualization

I would like to propose a session about the ethics of data visualization. How, given new digital tools, can we honestly represent our research? What are the obligations as a researcher in conducting collaborative research and project development with people whose lives we are representing digitally? How do we construct a methodology(ies) in the field of digital humanities that does not do violence to the subjects of our research? What are key new tensions that emerge between researchers and subjects when using data visualization?

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I am trained in History and Africana Studies. My interests include transfers of technologies of power, critical theory, US imperialism, and European colonialism.

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  1. Jon Hazell says:

    There are a couple of different resources out there on this. I would recommend checking out Dashboard Insight (www.dashboardinsight.com) and Stephen Few’s Perceptual Edge blog (www.perceptualedge.com).

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