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Data craft: integrating data into daily practices and shared reflections. / Thudt, Alice; Hinrichs, Uta; Carpendale, Sheelagh.

2017. Paper presented at CHI 2017 Workshop on Quantified Data & Social Relationships, Denver, United States.

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Thudt, A, Hinrichs, U & Carpendale, S 2017, 'Data craft: integrating data into daily practices and shared reflections', Paper presented at CHI 2017 Workshop on Quantified Data & Social Relationships, Denver, United States, 7/05/17 - 7/05/17.

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Thudt, A., Hinrichs, U., & Carpendale, S. (2017). Data craft: integrating data into daily practices and shared reflections. Paper presented at CHI 2017 Workshop on Quantified Data & Social Relationships, Denver, United States.

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Thudt A, Hinrichs U, Carpendale S. Data craft: integrating data into daily practices and shared reflections. 2017. Paper presented at CHI 2017 Workshop on Quantified Data & Social Relationships, Denver, United States.

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Thudt, Alice ; Hinrichs, Uta ; Carpendale, Sheelagh. / Data craft: integrating data into daily practices and shared reflections. Paper presented at CHI 2017 Workshop on Quantified Data & Social Relationships, Denver, United States.5 p.

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