Discovering the unknown unknowns of research cartography with high-throughput natural description

Tanay Katiyar, Jean-François Bonnefon, Samuel Mehr, and Manvir Singh


To succeed, we posit that research cartography will require high-throughput natural description to identify unknown unknowns in a particular design space. High-throughput natural description, the systematic collection and annotation of representative corpora of real-world stimuli, faces logistical challenges, but these can be overcome by solutions that are deployed in the later stages of integrative experimental design.

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Behavioral and Brain Sciences, n. e50, February 2024