The following are software resources and data sets from AIR lab:
- Our collaborative affiliate marketing links URL patterns data set is available if you would like to add new URL patterns. GitHub code link is here. Blog post is here. Read about our work on The Times, WIRED, and The Verge.
- Our collaborative dark patterns data set website is here. GitHub code link is here. Read about our work on WIRED, Associated Press, BBC, Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, The Guardian, The Chicago Tribune, and The New York Times.
The following links are useful resources for research, learning about HCI at UChicago, and student life:
- AIR Lab wiki – For AIR Lab members only. This wiki contains useful information on getting started on research, collective knowledge gathered by AIR Lab members, and a FAQ for AIR Lab members.
- HCI Club – This is a bi-weekly seminar that is jointly run by students and faculty in HCI in the Computer Science Department at UChicago. We hold a variety of events including talks and community-oriented events about everything from how to ask a good research question to how to conduct user studies remotely. Details on how to sign up for the HCI Club mailing list and the list of scheduled events are on this web page.
- Nick Feamster’s Great Research Blog has great tips for PhD students, time management, and life in academia.
- Jake Chanenson’s succinct “How To (CS) PhD” has tips on the hidden curriculum for graduate school as well as how to find a computer science graduate program for you and graduate school interview preparation.