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VL/HCC 2020
Tue 11 - Fri 14 August 2020 Dunedin, New Zealand
Thu 13 Aug 2020 06:15 - 06:22 at Zoom Room - Support for Collaboration Chair(s): Daniel Rough

Keeping track of the progress on software projects can be difficult and time consuming. Progress tracking requires developers to track progress by hand or digitally neither of which have good support for collaborative team processes. In this paper we present DashVis a tool to help support teams to track progress more effectively using large touch displays and visualization techniques. We conducted a study and found the visualizations to be very effective in supporting teams to gain a more accurate way of keeping track of progress. With large touch displays becoming ubiquitous in the work place and the demand for software teams to understand their progress more effectively there is a need for tools like DashVis.

Thu 13 Aug
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06:15 - 06:45: Support for CollaborationResearch Papers at Zoom Room
Chair(s): Daniel RoughUniversity College Dublin
06:15 - 06:22
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Brandon Scott-HillVictoria University of Wellington, Craig AnslowVictoria University of Wellington, Martin KroppUniversity of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Magdalena MateescuUniversity of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Andreas MeierZurich University of Applied Sciences, Jennifer FerreiraVictoria University of Wellington
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06:23 - 06:30
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Yannis ValsamakisInstitute of Computer Science (FORTH), Anthony SavidisInstitute of Computer Science (FORTH) and University of Crete, Manos AgapakisUniversity of Crete, Alex KatsarakisUniversity of Crete
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06:30 - 06:45
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Yan ChenUniversity of Michigan, Jaylin HerskovitzUniversity of Michigan, Walter LaseckiUniversity of Michigan, Stephen OneyUniversity of Michigan
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