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Lace Padilla
Assistant Professor, Cognitive & Information Sciences . studies visual decision-making and spatial cognition. she/her
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Jessica Hullman Aug 22
New on Multiple Views: Important new research from and Yu Luo on tracking (and attempting to change) what liberal vs conservative viewers pay attention to as they look at climate change graphs
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Alberto Cairo Aug 21
Visual perception and cognition science jokes
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Christopher Manning Aug 20
This new tool from for systematic error analysis from looks like it will be really useful! (I fear the common standard of 100 sampled errors in QA papers is my fault – we intended to do 200, but I never got around to doing my half….)
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Lace Padilla Aug 14
1. I am a classically trained painter with an MFA 2. Growing up, I didn't think people like me could be scientists so I studied art instead 3. Young MC 'Bust A Move' is my karaoke standard 3 facts/5 scientists
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Lace Padilla Aug 13
Replying to @eagereyes @ieeevis
I’ll do yours too ;)
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Lace Padilla Aug 13
Now that I'm a prof I feel freer to be creative (maybe for good or bad). In any case, this is the first time I had FUN making a promo! Check out our new work on using pupillometry to measure cognitive effort in visualization tasks
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Lace Padilla Aug 12
Replying to @SocietySpark
Thanks for spreading the word!
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Lace Padilla Aug 10
Replying to @KaylaSansevere
Hi Kayla, I'm looking forward to connecting. Have a great day!
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Lace Padilla Aug 10
I'm excited to announce that I'll be accepting a graduate student this year! If you know a motivated student who is interested in visualization cognition, uncertainty, hazard communication or spatial reasoning please encourage them to reach out to me! THX
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Multiple Views: Visualization Research Explained Aug 6
New post: "A picture may be worth a thousand words, but words frame a picture" | Titles and text play a fundamental role in visualization. Here is research demonstrating how they affect what people get out of a chart: .
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Matthew Kay Jul 30
Thurs 8:30AM at in CC-205 I'm on a panel with & Mike Kirby talking uncertainty vis from the human perspective (how can we communicate uncertainty in ways people actually understand?) I'll also have hex stickers if anyone wants 'em
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Lace Padilla Jul 13
Replying to @ryanwyatt
Here is a link to the color work we just chatted about.
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Dorothy Leland Jun 26
UC Merced debuts at No. 4 among U.S. universities in the 2019 Young University Rankings released today, an incredible feat for our young campus!
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Trafton Drew Jun 27
WE ARE HIRING! Come join me and my great colleagues at . This is a tenure-track position in cognitive psychology. Please share far and wide. Skiers, hikers, bikers, and climbers will love it here. View from my window:
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Lace Padilla Jun 27
'Everyone vs. Scientists' comic strip #1. Thanks, for the inspiration. If you have topic ideas let me know!
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Lace Padilla Jun 26
Replying to @AlbertoCairo
This could be the start of "Everyone vs. Scientists" comic strip
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Lace Padilla Jun 26
Replying to @iamscicomm
I did a mix. The items on the TV were done in Illustrator. I had a vector map of the Gulf from research, then messed with the colors, added the forecast lines and text/thought bubbles in Illustrator. The TV outline and hand aren't vectorized, they are just unedited sharpie.
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Lace Padilla Jun 26
Replying to @iamscicomm
Thanks! sharpie + phone camera. then illustrator.
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Lace Padilla Jun 26
Replying to @AlbertoCairo
Agreed! I'll draft it up..
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Lace Padilla Jun 26
Replying to @iamscicomm
Here is a cartoon I made trying to explain my dissertation...
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