Welcome to BELIV Workshop 2014
Beyond Time And Errors: Novel Evaluation Methods For Visualization
UBC just announced a new framework that provides, among other things, libraries for psychophysical experiments on various kinds of visualizations. The idea is to lower the entry barriers for anyone who wants to get involved in those kinds of studies. An overview and contact information can be found in this summary slide.
The BELIV'14 proceedings are now online! You can find them in the ACM digital library: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2669557.
We are very happy to announce that we were able to win Pierre Dragicevic to present a keynote at BELIV 2014! Pierre will talk about Bad Stats are Miscommunicated Stats.
The schedule is online! Check it out: schedule
We had 30 very good submissions, of which we were able to finally accept 23. We are currently working on organizing these 23 papers into meaningful sessions and to come up with a coherent schedule for the workshop. Papers and schedule will be posted soon. Stay tuned BELIVers!
Dates for final notification and camera-ready deadline are now set. Final notification will on Thursday Sept 11, 2014. Camera-ready will be due on Thursday Sept 18, 2014.
The Good news for many of you: we decided to extend the paper submission deadline by one week. New deadline: Monday Jul 7, 2014.
Call for papers
The Call for Papers is out now. Check it out!
The BELIV workshop series is a bi-annual event focusing on the challenges of evaluation in visualization. BELIV 2014 will be the fifth of the BELIV workshop series and will be held Nov 10, 2014, as a one-day workshop at IEEE VIS 2014 in Paris. All registered attendees of VisWeek will be able to attend the workshop.