A Workflow Approach to Visualization-Based Storytelling with Cultural Heritage Data

Johannes Liem, Jakob Kusnick, Samuel Beck, Florian Windhager, Eva Mayr

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2023-10-23T03:00:00ZGMT-0600Change your timezone on the schedule page
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The InTaVia platform is designed to support diverse cultural heritage data practices through visualization-based interfaces. This includes activities like searching, creating, curating, analyzing, and communicating for a wide range of users. The platform follows an iterative workflow model, represented by blue arrows, with main modules such as the Data Curation Lab, Visual Analytics Studio, and Storytelling Suite covering each stage of development.
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Stories are as old as human history–-and a powerful means for the engaging communication of information, especially in combination with visualizations. The InTaVia project is built on this intersection and has developed a platform which supports the workflow of cultural heritage experts to create compelling visualization-based stories: From the search for relevant cultural objects and actors in a cultural knowledge graph, to the curation and visual analysis of the selected information, and to the creation of stories based on these data and visualizations, which can be shared with the interested public.