The Accessible Graphs project

The Accessible Graphs project aims to help people with blindness access data such as graphs and other complex numerical data.

In today’s world, data accessibility is a basic human right.

Data is often visualized using graphs, charts, heatmaps etc, which are inaccessible to blind people. We aim to provide the accessible alternative - a multi-sensory interface to the data. This interface uses sound and touch, in addition to the visual channel, as a means to convey the same underlying data.

Our hope is that this project will unlock high-quality employment opportunities for blind people in fields such as Data Science, Finance, Scientific Research, Education and others.

Team: Ofer Bartal, Mohammad Suliman

This project is run by The Public Knowledge Workshop (a nonprofit).

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