Designing Auditory Graph Overviews: An Examination of Discrete vs. Continuous Sound and the Influence of Presentation Speed
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A number of studies have reported that auditory graphs (AGs) can be used successfully by individuals to gain an overview of data series. Very little however is known about the effects that changing presentation parameters of AGs has on user's' ability to gain an overview or identify specific graph characteristics. This study investigates the effect of varying graph complexity, speed and mode of presentation of AGs. We examine the effects of these variations on graph comprehension as a whole and on specific graph analysis tasks such as point estimation.