Professor of Statistics
Daniel Carr is a professor of Statistics in the Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering and conducts research in the fields of statistical graphics and visual analytics for use in communication, data exploration, hypothesis generation and model criticism.
His recent National Science Foundation digital government research, titled Quality Graphics for Federal Statistics Summaries, produced and promoted the use of new visualization methodology.
Carr was on a national expert panel that produced the five-year research and development agenda for visual analytics to support major agenda areas in the Department of Homeland Security. His current research for the Office of Naval Research concerns visualization of networks and graphs with multivariate arcs or edges.
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