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Complex Causal Process Diagrams for Analyzing the Health Impacts of Policy Interventions

Abstract Causal diagrams are rigorous tools for controlling confounding. They also can be used to describe complex causal systems, which is done routinely in communicable disease epidemiology. The use of change diagrams has advantages over static diagrams, because change diagrams are more tractable, relate better to interventions, and have clearer interpretations. Causal diagrams are a [...]

Interconnected Media for Human-Centered Understanding

Abstract Today, there are many systems with large amounts of complex data sets. Visualizing these systems in a way that enlightens the user and provides a profound understanding of the respective information space is one of the big information visualization research challenges…To overcome this incapacity and to provide a solution to the dilemma of time [...]