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Browsing publications by Dr Sara Fernstad.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Encarna Mico Amigo
Cameron Kirk
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Philip Brown
Dr Alma Cantu
et al.
Assessing real-world gait with digital technology? Validation, insights and recommendations from the Mobilise-D consortium2023
Dr Alma Cantu
Dr Encarna Mico Amigo
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Sara Fernstad
Parallel Assemblies Plot, a visualization tool to explore categorical and quantitative data: application to digital mobility outcomes2023
Dr Sara Fernstad
Tasks and Visualizations used for Data Profiling: A Survey and Interview Study2023
Hugh Garner
Dr Sara Fernstad
Comparative Evaluation of the Scatter Plot Matrix and Parallel Coordinates Plot Matrix2022
Dr Alexander Macquisten
Dr Sara Fernstad
Hierarchical visualization for exploration of large and small hierarchies2022
Dr Kenan Koc
Dr Stephen McGough
Dr Sara Fernstad
PeaGlyph: Glyph design for investigation of balanced data structures2022
Dr Sara Fernstad
To Explore What Isn’t There — Glyph-based Visualization for Analysis of Missing Values2022
Dr Sara Fernstad
Dr Alexander Macquisten
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Christopher Stewart
et al.
Quality Metrics to Guide Visual Analysis of High Dimensional Genomics Data2020
Dr Sara Fernstad
To identify what is not there: A definition of missingness patterns and evaluation of missing value visualization2019
Professor Nick Holliman
Dr Sara Fernstad
Dr Mike Simpson
Dr Kevin Wilson
Visual Entropy and the Visualization of Uncertainty2019
Dr Sara Fernstad
The next generation fungal diversity researcher2017
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Tom Skeath
Dr Sara Fernstad
Dr John Perry
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Preterm gut microbiota and metabolome following discharge from intensive care2015
Dr Sara Fernstad
Spatial variations in the microbial community structure and diversity of the human foot is associated with the production of odorous volatiles2015
Dr Sara Fernstad
Visual analysis of missing data - To see what isn't there2014