PhD student from 2018, she graduated from her Master Degree with a thesis that explored how data visualisation and information design can support topic modelling in its representation through visual means. This research generated TopTom, an interactive tool that allowed to explore near-real time visualisations of topic modelling data from various online sources.

Still interested in the domain of text analysis and algorithms, it became the focus of her research for the Doctorate, while exploring other topics like digital humanities.

Related projects


Conference Proceedings

Metaphors as Knowledge Activators in Data Visualizations: The case of the Archipelago of Calvino’s literary works link

Tommaso Elli, Angeles Briones, Beatrice Gobbo, Michele Mauri. 2021.
Proceedings of Cumulus Conference Roma 2021. Cumulus, Romas.