A picture that’s worth a thousand words? But do we know how to correctly reconstruct those words in a description for those who can’t use the visualisation? As a reminder, it’s worth checking out these guidelines. So, how about 100
Graphs are complicated; they come in a staggering variety of forms from your basic line graph, to scatter plots, up to hexagonal contour plots overlayed on heatmaps with tea stains indicating how excited the researcher was about the results…
Last week, we posted about needing your help to help us improve our description quality. We had some great feedback, and we are very thankful for all of you who contributed. We are now one step closer to delivering high
Grapheel’s IRIS online description service has now completed its first testing period, meaning that the service is now closed for the time being. The testing has given us invaluable feedback and we would like to sincerely thank each and every
We would like to welcome aboard our new intern who will be joining the Grapheel crew for the summer — Joanne Sheppard, a fellow physics student from the University of Sussex. We are very excited to have her, and look
As part of the Grapheel initiative, we are designing an online service (Grapheel IRIS) to enhance the study experience of blind and visually impaired (BVI) students in their STEM education. IRIS is a volunteer based, crowd source, image description platform.
You know how the saying goes. A picture speaks a thousand words. Now, with only one phrase we can describe thousands of science images. This phrase is: Grapheel IRIS. If you browse our website, you will find the following paragraph