Personal Information

Name

Daniela Oelke

Position

Senior Researcher

Affiliation

 UKP-DIPF

E-Mail

 Daniela Oelke

Phone

+49 (0)69 24708 864

Fax

+49 (0)69 24708 609

Office

D127

Address

Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung

Solmsstraße 73
60486 Frankfurt am Main

 

 

Research Interests

  • Visual Document Analysis
  • Visual Analysis of Linguistic Data
  • Visual Analysis for Educational Research

 

 

Ongoing and Finished Research Projects

Exploration of large document collections

Exploration of Web2.0 data

Text Analysis with respect to higher-level text properties

  •  VisADoc: Bridging the gap between automatically computable text features and the (semantic) text properties a user is interested in
  •  Visual Readability Analysis: The system VisRA supports writers in revising a draft-version of a document
  • Age Suitability Analysis: Measuring and representing the age suitability of prose literature

Digital Humanities: Literature Analysis

Visual Analysis of streaming data  

Visualization of biological data

Theory of Visual Analytics 

     

     

     

    Publications

    Biographical Information

    Employment

    • since July 2012, Research Scientist (PostDoc), Ubiquitous Knowledge Processing Lab (UKP-DIPF), the German Institute for Educational Research and Educational Information (DIPF), Frankfurt, Germany

    • October - November 2011, Visiting Scientist, Spraakbanken Group, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

    • August - October 2008, Research Internship, HP Research Labs, Palo Alto, California, USA

    • 2006-2012, Research Scientist, Data Analysis and Visualization Group, University of Konstanz, Germany

    • 2004 - 2010, Master research student & associated member of the PhD program "Explorative Analysis and Visualization of Large Information Spaces"

    Education

    • 2010, Dr rer nat (PhD), University of Konstanz, Germany
      Thesis: "Visual Document Analysis: Towards a Semantic Analysis of Large Document Collections"

    • 2006, Master of Science, University of Konstanz, Germany
      Thesis: "Datenanalyse in der Molekularbiologie: Suche nach Abhängigkeiten in alignierten Sequenzen funktional gleicher Proteine"

    • 2004, Bachelor of Science, University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe, Germany
      Thesis: "Entwurf und Implementierung von Layoutalgorithmen für Bäume und allgemeine Graphen"
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