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Survey on the Use of Sketches and Diagrams

This is a guest post by Sebastian Baltes, University of Trier. Please consider taking part in his short study (details see below). Over the last decade, studies have shown that, despite the dominance of source code, sketches and diagrams play a major role in … Continue reading

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Replicating Human Subjects Studies in Software Engineering

Many software visualization tools exist but very few researchers conduct user studies with them, let alone do repeated or even replicated studies with the tools. Lung, Aranda, Easterbrook and Wilson attempted to replicate the study by Dehnadi and Bornat described … Continue reading

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Stacksplorer – Call Graph Navigation

Researchers in the Media Computing Group at Aachen University created Stacksplorer for navigating call graphs of software systems. They implemented the visualization technique in XCode as a plugin for ObjectiveC code. A paper on Stacksplorer: Call Graph Navigation Helps Increasing … Continue reading

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