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Mon Apr 07 2014
Calls: Discipline of Linguistics/Germany
Editor for this issue: Anna White
From: Fabian Tomaschek <fabian.tomaschekuni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: Advances in Visual Methods for Linguistics
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Full Title: Advances in Visual Methods for Linguistics
Short Title: AVML
Date: 24-Sep-2014 - 26-Sep-2014
Location: Tübingen, Germany
Contact Person: Fabian Tomaschek
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://avml-meeting.com/
Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics
Call Deadline: 18-Apr-2014
Do you know a great visualization technique but no one knows about it? Now is your chance to present it to the world.
The AVML-meeting offers a meeting place for all linguists from all fields who are interested in elaborating and improving their data visualization skills and methods.
The meeting consists of a one-day hands-on workshop during which the latest visualization methods will be taught and a two-day conference during which results using some of these recent innovations in methods will be presented.
Presentation from AVML 2012 are available at: http://avml-meeting.com/talks-at-avml-2012/.
- Plotting complex nonlinear interactions in R
- Visualising three-dimensionan data in R
Sophie Scott (University College London)
Martin Hilpert (University of Neuchatel)
Sascha Fagel (University of Berlin)
Geoffrey Rockwell (University of Alberta)
Learn more about AVML: http://avml-meeting.com
2nd Call for Presentations:
We have extended the deadline for workshop submissions to April 13, 2014.
Remember the deadline for presentation submission: April 18, 2014.
The Conference Committee calls for presentations and workshops on such topics as:
- General principles of visual design
- Producing effective graphics (using e.g. R, Python, Matlab etc.)
- Combination of linguistic/non-linguistic data
- Representation of multidimensional data
Submissions should include:
- Title of the paper/subject of the workshop/presentation and abstract max. 500 words.
- Name and affiliation of the author(s)
- Information: Presentation or workshop
- Each presentation may last 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions and comments.
- Each workshop may last no longer than 120 minutes (including questions and comments).
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