I am currently a second year PhD student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where I work with Dr. Alex Endert. My current research focus is on balancing human and system responsibilities for data analysis. I combine techniques from data visualization and Human-Computer Interaction to develop interactive tools that shifts some of the burden of data analysis from users to algorithms. I am also interested in conducting controlled experiments as a method to understand how visualizations can be used to support data analysis.

Prior to joining Georgia Tech, I worked at the University of Arizona. In summer 2014, I was a visiting scholar at the CNS Research Center. In 2013, I was a research intern in the HCI Group at Microsoft Research, where I was working on presentation tools. I was also a research assistant in school of computing at the National University of Singapore in 2012. I worked on tangible user interfaces in the NUS-HCI lab.

Recent Publications

  • Saket B., Srinivasan, A., Ragan, E., Endert, A. Evaluating Interactive Graphical Encodings for Data Visualization, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2017. pdf
  • Saket B., Kim H., Brown T. E., Endert A. Visualization by Demonstration: An Interaction Paradigm for Visual Data Exploration, 23rd IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization (InfoVis), 2017. pdf
  • Siadati H., Saket B., Memon N. Detecting Malicious Logins in Enterprise Networks Using Visualization, 13th IEEE Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security (VizSec), 2016. pdf
  • Saket B., Endert A., Stasko J., Beyond Usability and Performance: A Review of User Experience-focused Evaluation Goals in Visualization, 6th International Workshop on Beyond time and errors: novel evaluation methods for Information Visualization (BELIV), 2016. pdf

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