Bridging the Theory-Practice gap through Information Visualization

A research Project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation

A fundamental challenge for management and organization studies is to produce research results that are theoretically rigorous, and at the same time of practical relevance for professionals. To address this pressing issue, this SNF funded project has resulted in the development and application of a mixed methods approach for involving research participants in the process of data interpretation through visual means.

selected Publications

Alexander, E., Eppler, M. J., Comi, A., (2020). “Data Integration: A Real-Time, Participant-Driven, and Visually Supported Method”, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, online first, DOI: 10.1177/1558689820902294, p. 1–27.

Alexander, E., Eppler, M. J. & Comi, A. (2018). ‘Building on Disagreement Visually: The System and the Method’. Proceedings of the European Conference of Information Systems (ECIS 2018), Portsmouth, UK.

Alexander, E., Eppler, M. J. & Comi, A. (2018). ‘Interaction Patterns: A Visual Approach to Mixed Methods Research’. Proceedings of the European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (ECRM 2018), Rome, Italy.

Prof. Dr. Martin J. Eppler

Prof. Dr. Elitsa Alexander