DECISIVe 2014 : 1st Workshop on Dealing with Cognitive Biases in Visualisations

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ELLIS, Geoffrey, ed., 2014. DECISIVe 2014 : 1st Workshop on Dealing with Cognitive Biases in Visualisations. IEEE VIS 2014. Paris, France, 9. Nov 2014 - 14. Nov 2014. IEEE VIS 2014. Paris, France, 9. Nov 2014 - 14. Nov 2014

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