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mVis in the Wild: Pre-Study of an Interactive Visual Machine Learning System for Labelling

Chegini, Mohammad and Bernard, Jürgen and Shao, Lin and Sourin, Alexei and Andrews, Keith and Schreck, Tobias (2019):
mVis in the Wild: Pre-Study of an Interactive Visual Machine Learning System for Labelling.
pp. 1-4, IEEE, IEEE VIS 2019 Workshop on Evaluation of Interactive Visual Machine Learning Systems (EVIVA-ML), Vancouver, Canada, 21.10., [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

Many machine learning algorithms require a labelled training dataset. The task of labelling a multivariate dataset can be tedious, but can be supported by systems combining interactive visualisation and machine learning techniques into a single interface. mVis is such a system, providing a unified ecosystem to explore multivariate datasets and execute machine learning algorithms to build labelled datasets. This paper describes a pre-study evaluation of the mVis system, comprising case studies in two different domains: collaborative intelligence and daily activities. In each case study, a volunteer researcher was asked to use mVis to explore, analyse, and label their own dataset in their own environment, while thinking out loud. The case studies provided valuable leanings in terms of the usability of the system, understanding how different analysts work, and identifying important missing features.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2019
Creators: Chegini, Mohammad and Bernard, Jürgen and Shao, Lin and Sourin, Alexei and Andrews, Keith and Schreck, Tobias
Title: mVis in the Wild: Pre-Study of an Interactive Visual Machine Learning System for Labelling
Language: English
Abstract:

Many machine learning algorithms require a labelled training dataset. The task of labelling a multivariate dataset can be tedious, but can be supported by systems combining interactive visualisation and machine learning techniques into a single interface. mVis is such a system, providing a unified ecosystem to explore multivariate datasets and execute machine learning algorithms to build labelled datasets. This paper describes a pre-study evaluation of the mVis system, comprising case studies in two different domains: collaborative intelligence and daily activities. In each case study, a volunteer researcher was asked to use mVis to explore, analyse, and label their own dataset in their own environment, while thinking out loud. The case studies provided valuable leanings in terms of the usability of the system, understanding how different analysts work, and identifying important missing features.

Publisher: IEEE
Uncontrolled Keywords: Human-centered computing, Visualization
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Event Title: IEEE VIS 2019 Workshop on Evaluation of Interactive Visual Machine Learning Systems (EVIVA-ML)
Event Location: Vancouver, Canada
Event Dates: 21.10.
Date Deposited: 27 Aug 2020 08:51
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