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|Gender Discrepancies in Engineering and Computer Science|
|Our approach was to leverage a relatively new technique called “storyline visualization” to convey patterns and trends in the dataset. In the past, storyline visualization techniques have been used to communicate interactions between individuals over time, which, for example, can come from scene colocation in a movie or novel. In our solution, we have used storylines in a manner that would typically be an application of “parallel sets.” However, we chose not to use parallel sets; while parallel sets are good for conveying categorical information, it is difficult to trace entities through the visualization, which is useful to understand data that is changing over time.|
|Smith, Karen S (Karen.Smith@pnnl.gov)|
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|Gender Discrepancies, Engineering, Analysis in Motion|
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