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Designing Adaptive Technology to Provide Personalized Support to Cancer Patients
Eyes darting or maintaining a steady gaze straight ahead. Heartbeat racing, or maintaining a slow, even rhythm. If we encounter these phenomena in another, how do we respond – not just effectively, but physiologically?  Eye movements and heartbeats are among the most intuitively meaningful physiological characteristics that humans observe in one another.  Without necessarily consciously realizing it, we often respond empathetically.
Dimensionality reduction (DR) is often used for exploring the evolution patterns of a collection of dynamic ego-networks. However, DR often lacks flexibility: as analysts' questions evolve during data exploration, the low-dimensional projection remains static, limiting the depth of exploration. To address the inflexibility of DR, we designed a data transformation pipeline which enables analysts to transform dynamic ego-networks into event sequences for steering MDS to create different scatterplots of dynamic ego-networks.

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