Code Visualization is a term that I coined to discuss the rhetoric and aesthetics of data visualization; how computation affects on the production, distribution, and consumption of data visualization as digital media. During my Ph.D years, I have focused on both theories and practices for data visualization research, while I explore Human-Computer Interaction and design research methodologies.
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I define coded visualization as cultural interface that has dual meanings of "code" - rhetoric and aesthetics. Research methods include both theories and practices. For theories, I covered general media theories, persuasion, graphic design history. Then I validate the theories through designing artifacts. 
I self-published books! It was fun to do editorial design for my own book.
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