Matthew Lincoln, PhD Art History and Digital Research

Visualizing Uncertainty

Digital visualization and data-crunching tools are fantastic at compiling and manipulating numbers and strings quickly and precisely. However humanities data is often far from precise! How do we faithfully and usefully visualize information that is uncertain, sketchy, speculative, or debated?

See the rest of my session proposal for THATCamp Prime 2013 at George Mason University.


Cite this post:

Lincoln, Matthew D. "Visualizing Uncertainty." Matthew Lincoln, PhD (blog), 27 May 2013, https://matthewlincoln.net/2013/05/27/visualizing-uncertainty.html.


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