The Spatial Thinking Lab is collaborating with researchers at the University of Utah, Clemsen University, and Texas A&M University to establish the foundations for capturing the uncertainty associated with predictive simulations for policy decision making. Aspects of the project include Simulation and uncertainty quantification, developing methods of visualizing uncertainty and evaluating these visualizations by examining perception, cognition, and decision making in the presence of visualizations of uncertainty. This project is supported by the National Science Foundation.
Please visit the project homepage for more information on this interdisciplinary multi-campus research project.
- Uncertainty Visualization by Representative Sampling from Prediction Ensembles
- Where are you? The Effect of Uncertainty and its Visual Representation on Location Judgments in GPS-like Displays
- Non-expert interpretations of hurricane forecast uncertainty visualizations
- Assessing the Effectiveness of Visualizations for Accurate Judgements of Geospatial Uncertainty