Analysis Engineering Project
This is a place-holder for the website for the new Analysis Engineering project at the University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Faculty (principal investigators)
- Jeffrey Heer, University of Washington
- Brad A. Myers, CMU
- Tim Althoff, University of Washington
- Arvind Satyanarayan, MIT
Students & Postdocs
- with Jeff Heer
- with Brad Myers:
- Mary Beth Kery, PhD student, CMU
- with Tim Althoff
- Mike Merrill, PhD student, University of Washington
- Ge Zhang, undergraduate student, University of Washington
- with Arvind Satyanarayan
- Aspen Hopkins, PhD student MIT
- Nathalie Vladis, Postdoc, MIT & Harvard Medical School
This project is funded by NSF grant IIS-1856641: "III: Large: Collaborative Research: Analysis Engineering for Robust End-to-End Data Science", October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2024. (Other numbers: MIT: IIS-1900991, University of Washington: IIS-1901386). CMU also received an REU supplement for summer 2020 as IIS-2023335.
Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are
those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Science Foundation.
- Yang Liu, Tim Althoff, Jeffrey Heer, "Paths Explored, Paths Omitted, Paths Obscured: Decision Points & Selective Reporting in End-to-End Data Analysis", ACM Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2020, PDF | Supplement
- Aspen K. Hopkins, Michael Correll, and Arvind Satyanarayan. "VisuaLint: Sketchy In Situ Annotations of Chart Construction Errors". Computer Graphics Forum (Proceedings of EuroVis), 2020. PDF | Supplement