Bridging the gap between user intention and model parameters for human-in-the-loop data analytics
Jessica Zeitz Self, Radha Krishnan Vinayagam, Chris North
Exploratory data analysis is challenging given the complexity of data. Models find structure in the data lessening the complexity for users. These models have parameters that can be adjusted to explore the data from many different angles providing more ways to learn about the data. "Human in the loop" means users can interact with the parameters to explore alternative structures. This exploration allows for discovery. This paper examines usability issues of Human-Model Interaction (HMI) for data analytics. In particular, we bridge the gaps between a user's intention and the parameters of a WMDS model during HMI communication.
Professor of Computer Science
- Date of publication:
- June 26, 2016
- ACM SIGMOD/PODS