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CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Data visualizations are now widely used across many disciplines. However, many of them are not easily accessible for visually impaired people. In this work, we use three-staged mixed methods to understand the current practice of accessible visualization design for visually impaired people. We analyzed 95 visualizations from various venues to inspect how they are made inaccessible. To understand the rationale and context behind the design choices, we also conducted surveys with 144 practitionersdoi:10.1145/3491102.3517630 fatcat:wlxtbb5bqvalnidywzcskdcd3q