Interprétation de graphes implicatifs : étude
clinique auprès d'une chercheure en
iconographie médiévale

Abstract : In Statistical Implicative Analysis, the software CHIC offer efficient interfaces to nonspecialist
for usage. The latter is confronted with reading and interpreting graphical
representations produced by this software. But contrary to popular belief, "a drawing, chart
speaks for itself," the interpretation of graphs requires minimum knowledge about the tool
that the researcher must acquire. This work continues the discussion developed in (Acioly-
Régnier & Régnier, 2005, 2008), (Régnier & Acioly-Régnier, 2007) on barriers to the
conceptualization related to symbolic representations, and focuses on the difficulties
encountered in research in medieval iconography. We seek to clarify them so clinical by
interpreting the involving graphs. The form of a graphic representation may lead to
erroneous readings of the properties of data as shown by studies on the interpretation of signs
and their dependence on prior experience of subjects.
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Nadja Acioly-Regnier, Jean-Claude Regnier. Interprétation de graphes implicatifs : étude
clinique auprès d'une chercheure en
iconographie médiévale. Régis Gras; Jean-Claude Régnier; Fabrice Guillet. Analyse statistique implicative: Une méthode d'analyse de données pour la recherche de causalités., Éditions Cépaduès, pp.353-368, 2009, RNTI-E-16. ⟨halshs-00396041⟩

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