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This project focuses on building technology for law enforcement working on human trafficking cases. We leverage available data to build tools that help law enforcement identify potential victims and collaborate with partners to best intervene in these cases. 
Many interesting data sources are large, structured, and multivariate. However, existing visualization systems and approaches often make a trade-off between exploring network structure or data attributes and values. We consider the spectrum of unit visualization approaches ‚visualizations that encode each data case as an individual mark ‚ and explore the ways in which blending techniques from across the spectrum can improve the exploration of large multivariate networks. The different forms of context found in unit visualizations are also defined and considered as paths for exploration.
Hearing loss is an invisible condition, and from which only its effects can be measured, and its effects may be hard to recognize specially when there is not point of comparison. Effects of hearing loss may be attributed to distraction, environmental noise, aloofness, confusion, or personality changes. It is a major public health issue representing the third most common physical condition after arthritis and heart disease. It affects a quarter of US population in the ages of 20 to 69, although few acknowledge the problem.

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