Klaus Eckelt

Klaus Eckelt

I'm a PhD student and research assistant in the Visual Data Science Lab of the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria. My research focuses on interactive visualizations in the biomedical field. Together with my colleagues, I design and build data analysis tools to support domain experts. I received my master's and bachelor's degrees at Vienna University of Technology, where I became interested in life sciences and the analysis of biomedical data.

I'm teaching assistant for the Information Visualization, Visual Analytics, Explainable AI, and Computer Graphics courses at the Johannes Kepler University, and for the Visualisation module at the Imperial College Business School.


Publications

Preprint

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Matthias Bittner, Andreas Hinterreiter, Klaus Eckelt, Marc Streit
Explainable Long- and Short-term Pattern Detection in Projected Sequential Data
ECML PKDD Workshop on Explainable AI for Time Series: Advances and Applications (XAI-TS '23, to appear), 2023


Peer-Reviewed Journal and Conference Papers

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Anna Scimone, Klaus Eckelt, Marc Streit, Andreas Hinterreiter
Marjorie: Visualizing Type 1 Diabetes Data to Support Pattern Exploration
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2024

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Raisa Romanov Geleta, Klaus Eckelt, Emilia Parada-Cabaleiro, Markus Schedl
Exploring Intensities of Hate Speech on Social Media: A Case Study on Explaining Multilingual Models with XAI
Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Language, Data and Knowledge, 2023

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Klaus Eckelt, Patrick Adelberger, Markus J. Bauer, Thomas Zichner, Marc Streit
Kokiri: Random-Forest-Based Comparison and Characterization of Cohorts
IEEE VIS Workshop on Visualization in Biomedical AI, 2022

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Patrick Adelberger, Klaus Eckelt, Markus J. Bauer, Marc Streit, Christian Haslinger, Thomas Zichner
Coral: a web-based visual analysis tool for creating and characterizing cohorts
Bioinformatics, 2021

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Klaus Eckelt, Patrick Adelberger, Thomas Zichner, Andreas Wernitznig, Marc Streit
TourDino: A Support View for Confirming Patterns in Tabular Data
EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics (EuroVA '19), 2019