Visualizing Ubiquitously Sensed Measures of Motor Ability in Multiple Sclerosis: Reflections on Communicating Machine Learning in Practice

Richard Banks
Richard Banks
Martin Grayson
Martin Grayson
Sân Lindley
Sân Lindley

TiiS, Volume 8, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 12:1-12:28.

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Human-centred machine learning health in-the-wild study visualization

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Sophisticated ubiquitous sensing systems are being used to measure motor ability in clinical settings. Intended to augment clinical decision-making, the interpretability of the machine-learning measurements underneath becomes critical to their use. We explore how visualization can support the interpretability of machine-learning measures ...More

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