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December 03, 2018, at 01:41 PM by 75.172.107.118 -
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data, statistics, and mathematical models. As processors and algorithms advance, ever more complex models become computable in real time (~100 ms or less). When that occurs, the interaction cycle of (1) updating parameters, (2) running the model or query, and (3) examining the results can be compressed into a real-time interactive loop that enables users to quickly grasp complex multivariate spaces.
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data, statistics, and mathematical models. As processors and algorithms advance, ever more complex models become computable in real time (~100 ms or less). When that occurs, the interaction cycle of (1) updating parameters, (2) running the model or query, and (3) examining the results can be compressed into a real-time interactive loop that enables users to quickly engage with complex multivariate spaces.
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or [[http://www.linkedin.com/pub/3/347/7b9 | LinkedIn version]]
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or [[https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinsstewart/ | LinkedIn]]
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* Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification" (filed 2015, issued 2018)
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* Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification" (filed 2015, issued 2018 as US patent no. 9,857,952)
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* Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification" (filed 2015)
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* Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification" (filed 2015, issued 2018)
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data, numbers, statistics, and mathematical models. As processors and algorithms advance, ever more complex models become computable in real time (~100 ms or less). When that occurs, the interaction cycle of (1) updating parameters, (2) running the model or query, and (3) examining the results can be compressed into a real-time interactive loop that enables users to quickly grasp complex multivariate spaces.
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data, statistics, and mathematical models. As processors and algorithms advance, ever more complex models become computable in real time (~100 ms or less). When that occurs, the interaction cycle of (1) updating parameters, (2) running the model or query, and (3) examining the results can be compressed into a real-time interactive loop that enables users to quickly grasp complex multivariate spaces.
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data, numbers, statistics, and mathematical models. Visualization makes these abstract concepts more concrete, and direct manipulation makes it much simpler to understand and interact with a multivariate space. My research has applications in data visualization, statistics, finance, and digital textbooks and is a contributor to the emerging field of [[http://explorabl.es | Explorable Explanations]].
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data, numbers, statistics, and mathematical models. As processors and algorithms advance, ever more complex models become computable in real time (~100 ms or less). When that occurs, the interaction cycle of (1) updating parameters, (2) running the model or query, and (3) examining the results can be compressed into a real-time interactive loop that enables users to quickly grasp complex multivariate spaces.

This shift opens new possibilities for interface designers (such as interactive visualizations, sliders, and animations) and new creative potential for end users (since they can easily explore thousands of query variations). This research has applications in data analysis, machine learning, finance, and education (among others)
and is a contributor to the emerging field of [[http://explorabl.es | Explorable Explanations]].
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data and mathematical models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]] and [[OmniGraphSketcher | Graph Sketcher]] let users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters. I am interested in using this approach to take digital textbooks and reference works to their logical conclusion: interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study.
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data, numbers, statistics, and mathematical models. Visualization makes these abstract concepts more concrete, and direct manipulation makes it much simpler to understand and interact with a multivariate space. My research has applications in data visualization, statistics, finance, and digital textbooks and is a contributor to the emerging field of [[http://explorabl.es | Explorable Explanations]].
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*[[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals. (2005-2012)
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*[[http://www.matheasel.com/terafractal | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals. (2005-2012)
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*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive calculators and simulations. (2012- )
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*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive, web-based calculators and simulations. (2012- )
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data and models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]] and [[OmniGraphSketcher | Graph Sketcher]] let users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters. I am interested in using this approach to take digital textbooks and reference works to their logical conclusion: interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study.
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data and mathematical models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]] and [[OmniGraphSketcher | Graph Sketcher]] let users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters. I am interested in using this approach to take digital textbooks and reference works to their logical conclusion: interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study.
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*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive mathematical models. (2012- )
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*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive calculators and simulations. (2012- )
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*[[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals. (2005- )
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*[[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals. (2005-2012)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind our New App, Vizable (October 2015, [[http://tc15.tableau.com|Tableau Conference]], Las Vegas, NV)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind our New App, Vizable (October 2015, [[http://tc15.tableau.com|Tableau Conference 2015]], Las Vegas, NV)
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* Understanding Table Calculations (September 2014, [[https://tc14.tableau.com|Tableau Conference]], Seattle, WA)
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* Understanding Table Calculations (September 2014, [[https://tc14.tableau.com|Tableau Conference 2014]], Seattle, WA)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind Project Elastic (August 2015, [[http://research.tableau.com|Tableau Research]], Seattle, WA)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind Project Elastic (August 2015, [[http://research.tableau.com|Tableau Research Seminar]], Seattle, WA)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind our New App, Vizable (October 2015, [[http://tc15.tableau.com|TC'15]], Las Vegas, NV)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind our New App, Vizable (October 2015, [[http://tc15.tableau.com|Tableau Conference]], Las Vegas, NV)
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* Understanding Table Calculations (September 2014, [[https://tc14.tableau.com|TC'14]], Seattle, WA)
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* Understanding Table Calculations (September 2014, [[https://tc14.tableau.com|Tableau Conference]], Seattle, WA)
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*[[http://people.csail.mit.edu/stewart/pidgin/ | Pidgin Parser]]. Extendable, semantics-driven parsing of "notes to self". (2007)
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*[[http://people.csail.mit.edu/stewart/pidgin/ | Pidgin Parser]]: Extendable, semantics-driven parsing of "notes to self". (2007)
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data and models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.

I
am also interested in using this approach to take digital textbooks and reference works to their logical conclusion: interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study. GraphSketcher starts to do this for economics. TeraFractal starts to do this for fractal math. They are the tip of the iceberg.
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data and models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]] and [[OmniGraphSketcher | Graph Sketcher]] let users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters. I am interested in using this approach to take digital textbooks and reference works to their logical conclusion: interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study.
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!! Publications
* '''*Best of CHI (top 1% of submissions):''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.

* Robin Stewart
, Gregory Scott, and Vladimir Zelevinsky. 2008. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart08ideanav.pdf | Idea Navigation: Structured Browsing for Unstructured Text.]] ''Proceedings of the 26th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'08)'', Florence, Italy.

* Robin Stewart, Andrea Danyluk, and Yang Liu. 2006. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart06off-topic.pdf | Off-Topic Detection in Conversational Telephone Speech.]] ''Proceedings of the Analyzing Conversations in Text and Speech (ACTS) Workshop at HLT-NAACL'', New York City, NY.

* J. Hale, I. Shafran, L. Yung, B. Dorr, M. Harper, A. Krasnyanskaya, M. Lease, Y. Liu, B. Roark, M. Snover and R. Stewart. 2006. “PCFGs with Syntactic and Prosodic Indicators of Speech Repairs.” ''Proceedings of COLING and Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (COLING-ACL)'', Sydney, Australia.

* B. Roark, Y. Liu, M. Harper, R. Stewart, M. Lease, M. Snover, I. Shafran, B. Dorr, J. Hale, A. Krasnyanskaya and L. Yung. 2006. “Reranking for Sentence Boundary Detection in Conversational Speech.” ''Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP)'', Toulouse, France.

* B. Roark, M. Harper, E. Charniak, B. Dorr, M. Johnson, J. Kahn, Y. Liu, M. Ostendorf, J. Hale, A. Krasnyanskaya, M. Lease, I. Shafran, M. Snover, R. Stewart, L. Yung. 2006. “Sparseval: Evaluation Metrics for Parsing Speech.” ''Proceedings of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC)'', Genoa, Italy.

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!! Projects

*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive mathematical models. (2012- )
(:comment **[[http://www.visualretirementcalculator.com/ | Visual Retirement Calculator]]: Slide the knobs to explore retirement savings scenarios. :)
*[[Vizable]]: Dramatically easier data analysis for touch screens
. (2013-2016)
*[[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals. (2005-
)
*[[OmniGraphSketcher | Graph Sketcher]]: Fast, simple graph drawing and data plotting. (2003-2011)
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[[http://people.csail.mit.edu/stewart/pidgin/ | Pidgin Parser]]. Extendable, semantics-driven parsing of "notes to self". (2007)
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!! Projects

*[[Vizable]]: Dramatically easier data analysis.
*[[http
://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive mathematical models.
**[[http://www
.visualretirementcalculator.com/ | Visual Retirement Calculator]]: Slide the knobs to explore retirement savings scenarios. (2012)
*[[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals.
*[[OmniGraphSketcher]]: Fast, simple graph drawing and data plotting
.
**[[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs]].  Proceedings of CHI, 2009.
**
[[Thesis 08 Abstract | Interfaces for Creating Quantitative Conceptual Diagrams]].  Masters Thesis, 2008.
**[[http://www.graphsketcher.com/usability/stewart07usability.pdf | Usability of a Pen Interface for Sketching Graphs]]
. Multimodal Interfaces Final Project Report, 2007.
**[[http://www.graphsketcher.com/usability/stewart05usability.pdf | Usability of an Interface for Sketching Graphs]]. Independent Study Final Report, 2005.
*[[http://people.csail.mit.edu/stewart/pidgin/ | Extendable, Semantics-Driven Parsing of Pidgin Language]]. Natural Language Processing Final Project Report
, 2007
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!! Publications
* '''*Best of CHI (top 1% of submissions):''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.

* Robin Stewart, Gregory Scott, and Vladimir Zelevinsky. 2008. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart08ideanav.pdf | Idea Navigation: Structured Browsing for Unstructured Text.]] ''Proceedings of the 26th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'08)'', Florence, Italy.

* Robin Stewart, Andrea Danyluk
, and Yang Liu. 2006. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart06off-topic.pdf | Off-Topic Detection in Conversational Telephone Speech.]] ''Proceedings of the Analyzing Conversations in Text and Speech (ACTS) Workshop at HLT-NAACL'', New York City, NY.

* J. Hale
, I. Shafran, L. Yung, B. Dorr, M. Harper, A. Krasnyanskaya, M. Lease, Y. Liu, B. Roark, M. Snover and R. Stewart. 2006. “PCFGs with Syntactic and Prosodic Indicators of Speech Repairs.” ''Proceedings of COLING and Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (COLING-ACL)'', Sydney, Australia.

* B. Roark, Y. Liu, M. Harper, R. Stewart, M. Lease, M. Snover, I. Shafran, B. Dorr, J. Hale, A. Krasnyanskaya and L. Yung. 2006. “Reranking for Sentence Boundary Detection in Conversational Speech.” ''Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP)'', Toulouse, France.

* B. Roark, M. Harper, E. Charniak, B. Dorr, M. Johnson, J. Kahn, Y. Liu, M. Ostendorf, J. Hale, A. Krasnyanskaya, M. Lease, I. Shafran, M. Snover, R. Stewart, L. Yung. 2006. “Sparseval: Evaluation Metrics for Parsing Speech.” ''Proceedings of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC)'', Genoa, Italy.
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!! Patents (16)
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!! Patents
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!! Patents

* Sole inventor of
'''[[Vizable|Vizable app]]''':
** Robin Stewart. "Interactive Data Visualization User Interface with Multiple Interaction Profiles." (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Manipulating Graphical Views of Data" (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart
. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Filters" (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification"
(filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification Asymmetrically" (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Displaying Data Mark Information" (filed 2015)

* Co-inventor of several Tableau patents:
** Ross Bunker, Justin Talbot, and
Robin Stewart. "Systems and Methods for using Multiple Aggregation Levels in a Single Data Visualization" (filed 2015)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay,
Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Clark Wildenradt. "Graphical User Interface that Simplifies User Creation of Custom Calculations for Data Visualizations" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter.
"Systems and Methods for Providing Drag and Drop Analytics in a Data Visualization User Interface" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Providing Adaptive Analytics in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter.
"Systems and Methods for Providing Drag and Drop Analytics in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Using Analytic Objects in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
**
Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Using Displayed Data Marks in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
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!! Patents (16)

(:comment * Sole inventor of
'''[[Vizable|Vizable app]]''': :)
*
Robin Stewart. "Interactive Data Visualization User Interface with Gesture-based Data Field Selection." (filed 2016)
* Robin Stewart. "Interactive Data Visualization User Interface with Hierarchical Filtering Based on Gesture Location." (filed 2016)
* Robin Stewart.
"Animated Transition between Data Visualization Versions at Different Levels of Detail." (filed 2016)
* Robin Stewart. "Interactive Data Visualization User Interface with Multiple Interaction Profiles." (filed 2015)
* Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Manipulating Graphical Views of Data" (filed 2015)
* Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Filters" (filed 2015)
*
Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification" (filed 2015)
* Robin Stewart.
"Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification Asymmetrically" (filed 2015)
*
Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Displaying Data Mark Information" (filed 2015)
(:comment * Co-inventor of several Tableau patents: :)
* Ross Bunker, Justin Talbot, and Robin Stewart. "Systems and Methods for using Multiple Aggregation Levels in a Single Data Visualization
" (filed 2015)
* Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Clark Wildenradt. "Graphical User Interface that Simplifies User Creation of Custom Calculations for Data Visualizations" (filed 2014)
* Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Providing Drag and Drop Analytics in a Data Visualization User Interface
" (filed 2014)
* Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Providing Adaptive Analytics in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
* Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Providing Drag and Drop Analytics in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
* Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Using Analytic Objects in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)

* Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Using Displayed Data Marks in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
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* Sole inventor of '''[[http://vizable.tableau.com | Vizable app]]''':
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* Sole inventor of '''[[Vizable|Vizable app]]''':
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!! Projects

*[[Vizable]]: Dramatically easier data analysis.
*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive mathematical models.
**[[http://www.visualretirementcalculator.com/ | Visual Retirement Calculator]]: Slide the knobs to explore retirement savings scenarios. (2012)
*[[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals.
*[[OmniGraphSketcher]]: Fast, simple graph drawing and data plotting.
**[[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs]].  Proceedings of CHI, 2009.
**[[Thesis 08 Abstract | Interfaces for Creating Quantitative Conceptual Diagrams]].  Masters Thesis, 2008.
**[[http://www.graphsketcher.com/usability/stewart07usability.pdf | Usability of a Pen Interface for Sketching Graphs]]. Multimodal Interfaces Final Project Report, 2007.
**[[http://www.graphsketcher.com/usability/stewart05usability.pdf | Usability of an Interface for Sketching Graphs]]. Independent Study Final Report, 2005.
*[[http://people.csail.mit.edu/stewart/pidgin/ | Extendable, Semantics-Driven Parsing of Pidgin Language]]. Natural Language Processing Final Project Report, 2007

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!! Projects

*[[Vizable]]: Dramatically easier data analysis.
*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive mathematical models.
*[[OmniGraphSketcher]]: Fast, simple graph drawing and data plotting.
**[[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs]].  Proceedings of CHI, 2009.
**[[Thesis 08 Abstract | Interfaces for Creating Quantitative Conceptual Diagrams]].  Masters Thesis, 2008.
**[[http://www.graphsketcher.com/usability/stewart07usability.pdf | Usability of a Pen Interface for Sketching Graphs]]. Multimodal Interfaces Final Project Report, 2007.
**[[http://www.graphsketcher.com/usability/stewart05usability.pdf | Usability of an Interface for Sketching Graphs]]. Independent Study Final Report, 2005.
*[[http://people.csail.mit.edu/stewart/pidgin/ | Extendable, Semantics-Driven Parsing of Pidgin Language]]. Natural Language Processing Final Project Report, 2007
*[[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]]: A visual interface for creating lifelike fractals.
*[[http://www.visualretirementcalculator.com/ | Visual Retirement Calculator]]: Slide the knobs to explore retirement savings scenarios.
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*[[Vizable]]: Dramatically easier data analysis.
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!! Theses

* Robin Stewart. May 2008.  [[Thesis 08 Abstract | Interfaces for Creating Quantitative Conceptual Diagrams]].  Masters Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

* Robin Stewart. May 2006. [[Thesis06Abstract | Automatic Identification of Off-Topic Regions of Conversation]]. Senior Thesis, Williams College.

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*[[http://vizable.tableau.com|Vizable]]: Dramatically easier data analysis.
*[[http://www.matheasel.com|Math Easel]]: Interactive mathematical models.
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!! Theses

* Robin Stewart. May 2008.  [[Thesis 08 Abstract | Interfaces for Creating Quantitative Conceptual Diagrams]].  Masters Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

* Robin Stewart. May 2006. [[Thesis06Abstract | Automatic Identification of Off-Topic Regions of Conversation]]. Senior Thesis, Williams College.
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind our New App, Vizable (October 2015, TC'15, Las Vegas, NV)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind our New App, Vizable (October 2015, [[http://tc15.tableau.com|TC'15]], Las Vegas, NV)
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* Understanding Table Calculations (September 2014, TCC'15, Seattle, WA)
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* Understanding Table Calculations (September 2014, [[https://tc14.tableau.com|TC'14]], Seattle, WA)
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* Data Worlds: The Model Behind our New App, Vizable (October 2015, TC'15, Las Vegas, NV)
* Data Worlds: The Model Behind Project Elastic (August 2015, [[http://research.tableau.com|Tableau Research]], Seattle, WA)
* Understanding Table Calculations (September 2014, TCC'15, Seattle, WA)
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* Sole inventor of '''[[http://vizable.tableau.com | Vizable app]]''':
** Robin Stewart. "Interactive Data Visualization User Interface with Multiple Interaction Profiles."
(filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Manipulating Graphical Views of Data" (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Filters" (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification" (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Adjusting Chart Magnification Asymmetrically" (filed 2015)
** Robin Stewart. "Methods and Devices for Displaying Data Mark Information" (filed 2015)

* Co-inventor of several Tableau patents:
** Ross Bunker, Justin Talbot, and Robin Stewart. "Systems and Methods for using Multiple Aggregation Levels in a Single Data Visualization" (filed 2015)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Clark Wildenradt. "Graphical User Interface that Simplifies User Creation of Custom Calculations for Data Visualizations" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Providing Drag and Drop Analytics in a Data Visualization User Interface" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Providing Adaptive Analytics in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Providing Drag and Drop Analytics in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Using Analytic Objects in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014)
** Jun Kim, Christopher Stolte, Jock Mackinlay, Robin Stewart, Bora Beran, Justin Talbot, and Marc Rueter. "Systems and Methods for Using Displayed Data Marks in a Dynamic Data Visualization Interface" (filed 2014
)
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!! Patents

* 3 patents pending (2014-2015)
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I used to be a grad student in human-computer interaction. My research focused on visual ways to interact with data and models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.
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My research focuses on visual ways to interact with data and models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.
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* OmniGraphSketcher and Direct Manipulation 2.0  (July 2009, [[http://dub.washington.edu/ | dub]], Seattle, WA)
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* [[DirectManipulation09Abstract | OmniGraphSketcher and Direct Manipulation 2.0]]  (July 2009, [[http://dub.washington.edu/ | dub]], Seattle, WA)
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*[[http://www.visualretirementcalculator.com/ | Visual Retirement Calculator]]: Slide the knobs to explore retirement savings scenarios.
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I used to be a grad student in human-computer interaction. My research focused on novel ways to interact with data and models in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.
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I used to be a grad student in human-computer interaction. My research focused on visual ways to interact with data and models.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.
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!! [[http://www.robinstewart.com/resume/RobinStewart.pdf | Résumé]]

or [[http://www.linkedin.com/pub/3/347/7b9 | LinkedIn version]]

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!! [[http://www.robinstewart.com/resume/RobinStewart.pdf | Résumé]]

or [[http://www.linkedin.com/pub/3/347/7b9 | LinkedIn version]]

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I used to be a grad student in human-computer interaction. My research focused on novel ways to interact with data and models in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''

For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.
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I used to be a grad student in human-computer interaction. My research focused on novel ways to interact with data and models in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.''' For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.
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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  In particular, I focus on new ways to interact with information in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''

For example,
[[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.

I am also interested in using this approach
to take digital textbooks and reference works to their logical conclusion. Why stop at text? Why not create interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study? GraphSketcher starts to do this for economics. TeraFractal starts to do this for fractal math. They are the tip of the iceberg.
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I used to be a grad student in human-computer interaction. My research focused on novel ways to interact with data and models in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''

For example,
[[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] features an interface for directly and intuitively adjusting fractal parameters.

I am also interested in using this approach to take digital textbooks and reference works
to their logical conclusion: interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study. GraphSketcher starts to do this for economics. TeraFractal starts to do this for fractal math. They are the tip of the iceberg.
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* Direct Manipulation 2.0: Why scientific software should also be fun for 3-year-olds (April 2011, Williams College Computer Science Colloquium)
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* [[DirectManipulation11Abstract | Direct Manipulation 2.0: Why scientific software should also be fun for 3-year-olds]] (April 2011, Williams College Computer Science Colloquium)
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* Direct Manipulation 2.0: Why scientific software should also be fun for 3-year-olds (April 2011, Williams College Computer Science Colloquium)
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For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.
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For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | TeraFractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.
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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  In particular, I focus on new ways to interact with data in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''
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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  In particular, I focus on new ways to interact with information in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''
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I am also interested in using this approach to take digital textbooks and reference works to their logical conclusion. Why stop at text? Why not create interactive applications for learning, exploring, and referencing each area of study? GraphSketcher starts to do this for economics. TeraFractal starts to do this for fractal math. They are the tip of the iceberg.

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* '''Best of CHI (top 1% of submissions):''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.
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* '''*Best of CHI (top 1% of submissions):''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.
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* '''[Best of CHI 2009]''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.
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* '''Best of CHI (top 1% of submissions):''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.
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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  My research interests focus in particular on new ways to interact with data in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''
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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  In particular, I focus on new ways to interact with data in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''
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*[[OmniGraphSketcher]]: Make beautiful 2D graphs... simply by sketching them.
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*[[OmniGraphSketcher]]: Fast, simple graph drawing and data plotting.
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*[[Graph Sketcher]]: Make beautiful 2D graphs... simply by sketching them.
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*[[OmniGraphSketcher]]: Make beautiful 2D graphs... simply by sketching them.
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For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher | GraphSketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.

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For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.

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For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher | GraphSketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.

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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  My research interests focus on new ways to interact with data in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''  For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher | Graph Sketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.

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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  My research interests focus in particular on new ways to interact with data in real-time.  I sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''

For
example, [[OmniGraphSketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.

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My inspiration is to ensure that computers make our lives better.  I aim to make computers more fun to use, particularly in situations when you are getting work doneTo do this, it is necessary to carefully understand how people work.  I build on the principles of direct manipulation to convert abstract computer-centric data structures into visual objects that people can manipulate.

For example, [[Graph Sketcher]] lets users visually "draw" and manipulate plotted mathematical objects.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users create fractals via a visual representation
of an iterated function system.

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My inspiration is to ensure that computers are fun to use and make our lives better.  My research interests focus on new ways to interact with data in real-timeI sometimes call this '''direct manipulation 2.0.'''  For example, [[OmniGraphSketcher | Graph Sketcher]] lets users draw and visually manipulate quantitative data and ideas.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users interactively create fractals by playing with a visual version of an iterated function system.

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**Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.  Proceedings of CHI, 2009.
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**[[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs]].  Proceedings of CHI, 2009.
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* Idea Navigation: Structured browsing for unstructured text  (October 2007, HCIR'07, Cambridge, MA)
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* Idea Navigation: Structured browsing for unstructured text  (October 2007, [[http://projects.csail.mit.edu/hcir/web/ | HCIR'07]], Cambridge, MA)
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* '''[Best of CHI 2009]''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.
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* OmniGraphSketcher and Direct Manipulation 2.0  (July 2009, Seattle, WA)
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* OmniGraphSketcher and Direct Manipulation 2.0  (July 2009, Seattle, WA)
* Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs  (April 2009, CHI'09, Boston, MA)
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For example, [[http://www.graphsketcher.com | Graph Sketcher]] lets users visually "draw" and manipulate plotted mathematical objects.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users create fractals via a visual representation of an iterated function system.

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For example, [[Graph Sketcher]] lets users visually "draw" and manipulate plotted mathematical objects.  And [[http://www.terafractal.com | Terafractal]] lets users create fractals via a visual representation of an iterated function system.

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* '''[Best of CHI 2009]''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart09graphsketcher.pdf | Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.]]  To appear in the ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.
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My inspiration is to ensure that computers make our lives better.  I aim to make computers more fun to use, particularly in situations when you are getting work done.  To do this, it is necessary to carefully understand how people work.  I build on the principles of direct manipulation to convert abstract computer-centric data structures into manipulable, user-centric visual objects.
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My inspiration is to ensure that computers make our lives better.  I aim to make computers more fun to use, particularly in situations when you are getting work done.  To do this, it is necessary to carefully understand how people work.  I build on the principles of direct manipulation to convert abstract computer-centric data structures into visual objects that people can manipulate.
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* '''[Best of CHI 2009]''' Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  "Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs."  To appear in the ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.
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* Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  "Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs."  To appear in the ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)'', Boston, MA.

* Robin Stewart, Gregory Scott, and Vladimir Zelevinsky. 2008. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart08ideanav.pdf | Idea Navigation: Structured Browsing for Unstructured Text.]] ''Proceedings of the 26th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)'', Florence, Italy.

* Robin Stewart, Andrea Danyluk, and Yang Liu. 2006. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart06off-topic.pdf | Off-Topic Detection in Conversational Telephone Speech.]] ''Proceedings of the Analyzing Conversations in Text and Speech (ACTS) Workshop at HLT-NAACL'', New York City.  

* J
. Hale, I. Shafran, L. Yung, B. Dorr, M. Harper, A. Krasnyanskaya, M. Lease, Y. Liu, B. Roark, M. Snover and R. Stewart. 2006. “PCFGs with Syntactic and Prosodic Indicators of Speech Repairs.” ''Proceedings of COLING and Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (COLING-ACL)'', Sydney.
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* Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  "Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs."  To appear in the ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09)'', Boston, MA.

* Robin Stewart, Gregory Scott, and Vladimir Zelevinsky. 2008. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart08ideanav.pdf | Idea Navigation: Structured Browsing for Unstructured Text.]] ''Proceedings of the 26th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'08)'', Florence, Italy.

* Robin Stewart, Andrea Danyluk, and Yang Liu. 2006. [[http://www.robinstewart.com/research/papers/stewart06off-topic.pdf | Off-Topic Detection in Conversational Telephone Speech.]] ''Proceedings of the Analyzing Conversations in Text and Speech (ACTS) Workshop at HLT-NAACL'', New York City, NY.

* J. Hale, I
. Shafran, L. Yung, B. Dorr, M. Harper, A. Krasnyanskaya, M. Lease, Y. Liu, B. Roark, M. Snover and R. Stewart. 2006. “PCFGs with Syntactic and Prosodic Indicators of Speech Repairs.” ''Proceedings of COLING and Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (COLING-ACL)'', Sydney, Australia.
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* Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  "Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs."  To appear in the ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)'', Boston, MA.
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* Robin Stewart and m.c. schraefel. 2009.  Graph Sketcher: Extending Illustration to Quantitative Graphs.  To appear in the ''Proceedings of the 27th ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)'', Boston, MA.
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