WordNet Visualization

Contributors

Christopher Collins

Abstract

Interface designs for lexical databases in NLP have suffered from not following design principles developed in the information visualization research community. We present a design paradigm and show it can be used to generate visualizations which maximize the usability and utility ofWordNet. The techniques can be generally applied to other lexical databases used in NLP research.

Publications

  • C. Collins, “WordNet Explorer: Applying visualization principles to lexical semantics,” University of Toronto, Technical Report kmdi 2007-2, 2007.
    [Bibtex] [PDF]
    @techreport{COL2007d,
         title = {{WordNet Explorer}: Applying visualization principles to lexical semantics},
         author = {Christopher Collins},
         number = {kmdi 2007-2},
         group = {Knowledge Media Design Institute},
         year = {2007},  
         type = {Technical Report},
         institution = {University of Toronto}
    }

Media



Acknowledgements

Research

Detecting Negative Emotion for Mixed Initiative Visual Analytics

EduApps – Supporting Non-Native English Speakers to Overcome Language Transfer Effects

Metatation: Annotation as Implicit Interaction to Bridge Close and Distant Reading

DataTours: A Data Narratives Framework

Perceptual Biases in Font Size as a Data Encoding

Progressive Learning of Topic Modeling Parameters: A Visual Analytics Framework

Abbreviating Text Labels on Demand

NEREx: Named-Entity Relationship Exploration in Multi-Party Conversations

ConToVi: Multi-Party Conversation Exploration using Topic-Space Views

PhysioEx: Visual Analysis of Physiological Event Streams

Using Visual Analytics of Heart Rate Variation to Aid in Diagnostics

Off-Screen Desktop

PivotSlice

Reading Comprehension on Mobile Devices

#FluxFlow: Visual Analysis of Anomalous Information Spreading on Social Media

Optimizing Hierarchical Visualizations with the Minimum Description Length Principle

Lexichrome

SentimentState: Exploring Sentiment Analysis on Twitter

Facilitating Discourse Analysis with Interactive Visualization

DimpVis

Glidgets

TandemTable

Simple Multi-Touch Toolkit

Exploring Text Entities with Descriptive Non-photorealistic Rendering

Investigating the Semantic Patterns of Passwords

Bubble Sets: Revealing Set Relations with Isocontours over Existing Visualizations

Parallel Tag Clouds to Explore Faceted Text Corpora

VisLink: Revealing Relationships Amongst Visualizations

DocuBurst: Visualizing Document Content using Language Structure

Tabletop Text Entry Techniques

Lattice Uncertainty Visualization: Understanding Machine Translation and Speech Recognition

WordNet Visualization

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