A New Visualization Method Makes Research More Organized and Efficient DiscoveryA New Visualization Method Makes Research More Organized and Efficient The Action Science Explorer (ASE) helps reveal emerging trends and controversies and encourages collaborations within the research community December 7, 2011 The National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Action Science Explorer (ASE) allows users to simultaneously search through thousands of academic papers, using a visualization method that determines how papers are connected, for instance, by topic, date, authors, etc. The goal is to use these connections to identify emerging scientific trends and advances. "We are creating an early warning system for scientific breakthroughs," said Ben Shneiderman, a professor at the University of Maryland (UM) and founding director of the UM Human-Computer Interaction Lab. ASE is not itself a product, but rather "a scientific research study that shows some potent new features that could be added to bibliographic systems to support more powerful functions," said Shneiderman.
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