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Data sonification

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Technological innovation has enabled easier production of high quality sound to be incorporated within various digital interfaces. Such innovation is exposing the limitations of traditional and contemporary data visualization. There are a wealth of worthwhile studies in auditory data representation and Michael A. Nees and Bruce N. Walker's paper, Auditory Interfaces and Sonification, provides a great starting point for anyone interested in the topic.

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