Data Triangulation in a User Evaluation of the Sealife Semantic Web Browsers
There is a need for greater attention to triangulation of data in user-centred evaluation of Semantic Web Browsers. This paper discusses triangulation of data gathered during development of a novel framework for user-centred evaluation of Semantic Web Browsers. The data was triangulated from three sources: quantitative data from web server logs and questionnaire results, and qualitative data from semi-structured interviews. This paper shows how triangulation was essential in validation and completeness of the results, and was indispensable in ensuring accurate interpretation of the results in determining user satisfaction.
KeywordsSemantic Web Browsers User Evaluation Data Triangulation Healthcare Ontologies Sealife
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