113  |  What Makes A Visualization Memorable? with Michelle Borkin

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Michelle Borkin is Assistant Professor at Northeastern University where she studies the use of visualization in science research, in particular how it impacts human perception and cognition. On the show we talk about how the data viz community can better support the work of scientists, her popular research on data visualization memorability and, of course, the infamous data viz dinosaur.

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1. Welcome back to Data Stories! (00:00:34)

2. How you can support us on Patreon! (00:00:44)

3. Introducing Michelle Borkin (00:01:45)

4. Michelle's paper: "Evaluation of artery visualizations for heart disease diagnosis" (00:09:37)

5. Michelle's research on data visualization memorability (00:19:53)

6. Why we remember the shape of a graph or the content of a graph (00:24:53)

7. The infamous dinosaur (00:33:16)

8. What's new in Michelle's lab (00:36:27)

9. Michelle's recommendations for data viz practitioners interested in science (00:41:00)

10. Close (00:42:51)

11. Get in touch with us and support us on Patreon (00:43:19)

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