Niklas Elmqvist, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, University of Maryland, College Park

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Graceful Refocusing: Designing Fault-Tolerant HCI Evaluations

My thoughts on recovering from poor results in HCI evaluation and salvaging your experiment.

The Myth of the Infallible Professor

Dispelling the notion that professors have to know everything.

Who Owns an Idea?

Behind the scenes of my surrogate interaction project.

Behind the Scenes in HCI/Vis Research

The back story of some of my research projects.

3D Visualization for Nonspatial Data: Guidelines and Challenges

My thoughts and guidelines on visualizing non-3D data using 3D graphics.

A Scorecard for Reviewing

Motivation, design, and feedback on the reviewer scorecard program at IEEE InfoVis 2016 and 2017.

The InfoVis Review Process by the Numbers

Review score, expertise, and length statistics for InfoVis 2016 and 2017.

Plotting Your Paper

My guide for scientific paper writing based on starting from an outline and gradually fleshing it out into a full paper.

Keshif in TVCG!

After a lot of hard work by my student Adil Yalcin (now a Ph.D.!), our paper on his Keshif system is set to appear in IEEE TVCG!

An Appeal Not to Appeal

Why you should reconsider appealing conference rejections.

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