Goals: The aims of this work package are (1) the effective and efficient planning and coordination of the project activities between all partners, (2) to ensure overall project quality, meet the project goals, and stick to the time schedule, (3) quality assurance of the results, and (4) the identification and mitigation of potential risks.
Goals: Achieving a thorough understanding of the cognitive principles and learning theories guiding the design for onboarding. Providing empirical evidence for the effectiveness of the developed methods.
Goals: Achieving a thorough understanding of the contemporary challenges in DDJ in terms of data, user and task characteristics, as well as current practices, problems and used tools. Deriving implications for design of VA onboarding concepts and the development of proof-of-concept prototypes.
Goals: The goal of this work package is to prepare, implement, and evaluate the automated onboarding methods in the field of biomedical research. The result is to learn how well the developed concepts work in the field of biomedical research.
Goals: Design and development of visualization onboarding concepts for DDJ-specific as well as for Biomedical R&D-specific onboarding methods; Development of an automated method to create onboarding idioms from declarative visualization specifications; Derived guidelines for visualization onboarding.
Goals: Entwurf und Entwicklung von Onboarding-Konzepten für spezialisierte Datenanalyse (DA) und ihre Anwendung auf zwei spezifische Bereiche (DDJ und BioMed).
Goals: Broad dissemination of work conducted and results achieve to different stakeholders (scholars, journalists, interested public) via publications addressing research and application communities as well as in classical and social media. Additionally, results will be spread in domain-specific education programs (e.g. training workshops).