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== Open Research Problems ==
  
== Links ==
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I plan to fill this in in the next few days, probably before Wednesday June 18.
  
Visualizations of language over at [http://infosthetics.com/cgi-bin/blog/mt-search.cgi?IncludeBlogs=1&search=language Infosthetics].
 
  
You can try for yourself the demo that we had trouble presenting, it's called [http://www.wefeelfine.org We Feel Fine].
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Visualizations of language at [http://infosthetics.com/cgi-bin/blog/mt-search.cgi?IncludeBlogs=1&search=language Infosthetics].
  
[bibliography.pdf Annotated Bibliography]
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[http://www.infovis-wiki.net/images/4/4e/InfoVis-CL-Bibliography.pdf Annotated Bibliography from tutorial]
  
  
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== Visualizations of Language Online ==
  
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[http://wals.info/ World Atlas of Language Structure] -- an interesting mash up of linguistic study and geographic maps
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You can try for yourself the demo that we had trouble presenting, it's called [http://www.wefeelfine.org We Feel Fine].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:52, 25 June 2008

On June 15, 2008, a tutorial on Interactive Visualization for Computational Linguistics was offered by Christopher Collins, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Gerald Penn at ACL-08 (June 15, 2008; Columbus, Ohio, USA).

We hope this space will become a place for tutorial attendees and anyone interested in the topic to post new research ideas, links to appropriate publication venues, questions about the various available tools for visualization, and engage in a research-oriented discussion.

Welcome!

Announcements[edit]

Tutorial Attendees: Thanks for your participation and helpful feedback! If you need the link to the revised slides, please contact me at ccollins@cs.utoronto.ca!

Thanks,

Chris

Open Research Problems[edit]

I plan to fill this in in the next few days, probably before Wednesday June 18.


Background Links[edit]

Visualizations of language at Infosthetics.

Annotated Bibliography from tutorial


Visualizations of Language Online[edit]

World Atlas of Language Structure -- an interesting mash up of linguistic study and geographic maps You can try for yourself the demo that we had trouble presenting, it's called We Feel Fine.