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Humanist Archives: March 15, 2019, 5:26 a.m. Humanist 32.552 - perception of visual representations?

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 32, No. 552.
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        Date: 2019-03-14 15:12:24+00:00
        From: Martin Reckziegel 
        Subject: cfp: online perception study

Hello everyone,

We are seeking participants for our online study.

Our goal: We want to investigate human perception of visual
Representations, consisting of dots and labels.
We: we are researchers in visualization from Leipzig University and the
German Aerospace Center DLR.

Your benefit: You will support scientific research and you will have the
chance to win one out of ten Amazon gift cards with an equivalent
value of 20 euro.

Duration: about 20 minutes
You'll need: a computer, that has at least a 13 inches screen diagonal,
as well as a card at the size of a credit card for calibration purposes.
Participation till: 18th of March 2019 inclusive

We would be pleased if you participate in our study. For doing so,
please follow the link below:

For further information follow the link. You may also ask questions to:

Best regards
Martin Reckziegel, Stefan Jänicke, Christian Heine and Linda Pfeiffer

PS: We tested running the study using current versions of the following
browsers without any difficulties: Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge. It
does not run using Internet Explorer.

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