From the Individual to the Group: Integrating Asynchronous Collaboration with Co-located Work

Petra Isenberg 1, * Jean-Daniel Fekete 1
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1 AVIZ - Analysis and Visualization
Inria Saclay - Ile de France
Abstract : A large amount of data analysis work is conducted by individuals interspersed with formally arranged or spontaneous face-to-face meetings. Visual analytics tools provide no easy solution to bridge the gap between such individual and face-to-face work situations. They are typically either designed to work well for individuals or for teams but do not support to be used interchangeably in both synchronous and asynchronous work settings. In order to make collaboration effortless and worth undertaking, however, individuals have to be able to fluidly switch in and out of synchronous collaboration with others, to bring their own data, its visual representations, as well as all data modifications and annotations to a shared meeting where both data and representations can not only be presented but also interacted with, modified, and further analyzed together with others.
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Proceedings of the AVI Workshop on Supporting Asynchronous Collaboration in Visual Analytics Systems, May 2012, Capri, Italy. Published online, 2012
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Petra Isenberg, Jean-Daniel Fekete. From the Individual to the Group: Integrating Asynchronous Collaboration with Co-located Work. Proceedings of the AVI Workshop on Supporting Asynchronous Collaboration in Visual Analytics Systems, May 2012, Capri, Italy. Published online, 2012. 〈hal-00689916〉

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