Bibliography in Progress...

This is a bibliography of work relevant to Email Visualization.  If you have any links to add, please contact Adam Perer.

In Figure 1 of Using Rhythms of Relationships to Understand Email Archives, one way of organizing the universe of tools for interacting with online conversations was described.  This bibliography is organized in that manner:

Managing an individual user's current inbox

Kerr, Bernard (2003).  Thread Arcs: An Email Thread Visualization.  2003 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization, pp. 27.

MacKay, W. (1988).  More than Just a Communication System: Diversity in the Use of Electronic Mail.  Proceedings of the 1998 ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, pp. 344-353.

Rohall, S. L., Gruen, D., Moody, P., Wattenberg, M., Stern, M., Kerr, B., Stachel, B., Dave, K., Armes, R. and Wilcox, E. (2004).  ReMail: A Reinvented Email Prototype.  Proceedings of ACM Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2004), pp 791-792.

Venolia, G. and Neustaedter, C. (2003).  Understanding Sequence and Reply Relationships within Email Conversations:  A Mixed-Model Visualization.  Proceedings of ACM Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2003), pp. 361-368

Whittaker, S. and Sidner, C. (1996).  Email overload: exploring personal information management of email', Proceedings of ACM Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 1996), pp. 276-283.

Exploring an archive of an individual's messages

Donath,  J. (2004).  Visualizing Email Archives (Draft).  Retrieved May 5, 2005, from http://smg.media.mit.edu/papers/Donath/EmailArchives.draft.pdf

Perer, A., Shneiderman, B., and Oard, D. W. (2005): ‘Using Rhythms of Relationships to Understand Email Archives’, In Review.

Viegas, F., boyd, d., Nguyen, D., Potter, J., Donath, J. (2004).  Digital Artifacts for Remembering and Storytelling: PostHistory and Social Network Fragments.  Proceedings of the 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 2004, pp. 40109a.

Managing current email within an organization

Ducheneaut, N. and Bellotti, V. (2001). Email as habitat: an exploration of embedded personal information management. Interactions, vol. 8, no. 5, Sept/Oct 2001, pp. 30-38.

Li, W., Hershkop, S. and Stolfo, S. J., (2004).  Email Archive Analysis Through Graphical Visualization. Proceedings of the 2004 ACM Workshop on Visualization and Data Mining for Computer Security, pp. 128-132.

Tyler, J. R. and Tang, J. C. (2003).  When Can I Expect an Email Response? A Study of Rhythms in Email Usage.  Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 2003.

Exploring an archive of an organization's messages

Baron, J. R. (1999).  Email Metadata in a Post-Armstrong World.  3rd IEEE Metadata Conference.  Retrieved May 5, 2005, from http://www.computer.org/proceedings/meta/1999/papers/83/jbaron.html

Grieve, Tim  (2003). The decline and fall of the Enron empire. Salon.com, October 14, 2003.  Retrieved May 5, 2005, from http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2003/10/14/enron/index_np.html

Heer, J. (2005): ‘Exploring Enron’, http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~jheer/anlp/final/.

Leuski, A., Oard, D. W., and Bhagat, R. (2003).  eArchivarius: Accessing Collections of Electronic Mail.  Proceedings of the 26th annual ACM SIGIR Conference, pp. 468.

Tyler, J. R., Wilkinson, D. M., Huberman, B. A. (2003).  Email as Spectroscopy: Automated Discovery of Community Structure within Organizations.  Communities and Technologies, pp. 81-96.

Managing current conversations within a public space

Sack, W. (2000).  Discourse Diagrams: Interface Design for Very Large Scale Conversations. Proceedings of the 33rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 2000, p. 3034.

Smith, M. (2002).  Tools for Navigating Large Social Cyberspaces.   Communications of the ACM, vol. 45, no. 4., April 2002, pp. 51-55.

Exploring an archive of a public space

Smith, M. (1999).  Invisible Crowds in Cyberspace: Measuring and Mapping the Social Structure of USENET.  In Smith, M. and Kollock, P. (eds.): Communities in Cyberspace, Routledge Press, London, 1999.

 

 

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