The conference accepted 16 Long papers, 25 Short papers, four Abstracts with long talks, and a total of 22 Abstracts and Posters which will be presented as lightening talks in the program. All Abstracts and some Posters are non-archival contributions and their associated 3 page submissions and are available for download; see the individual articles below for links.

**Long Papers**

Presenting Basic Graph Logic *Marcia R. Cerioli, Leandro Suguitani and Petrucio Viana*

Observed Strategies of Drawing Data Representations *Fiorenzo Colarusso, Peter Cheng, Grecia Garcia Garcia, Daniel Raggi and Mateja Jamnik*

Revisiting Peirce’s rules of transformation for Euler-Venn diagrams *Reetu Bhattacharjee and Amirouche Moktefi*

The search for symmetry in Hohfeldian modalities *Matteo Pascucci and Giovanni Sileno*

On the Cognitive Potential of Derivative Meaning in Aristotelian Diagrams *Hans Smessaert, Atsushi Shimojima and Lorenz Demey*

What kind of opposition-forming operator is privation? *José David García*

Image Schemas in Diagrammatic Reasoning: the Case of Hasse Diagrams *Dimitra Bourou, Marco Schorlemmer and Enric Plaza*

Cognitive Properties of Representations: A Framework, *Peter Cheng, Grecia Garcia Garcia, Daniel Raggi, Aaron Stockdill and Mateja Jamnik*

Considerations in Representation Selection for Problem Solving: a Review *Aaron Stockdill, Daniel Raggi, Mateja Jamnik, Grecia Garcia Garcia and Peter Cheng*

Extracting Interactive Actor-Based Dataflow Models from Legacy C Code *Niklas Rentz, Steven Smyth, Lewe Andersen and Reinhard von Hanxleden*

Wittgenstein’s Picture-Investigations *Michael Biggs*

Through the eyes of an archeologist: studying the role of prior knowledge in learning with diagrams *Erica de Vries*

Diagrammatic Representations of Uncertainty in Meteorological Forecasting *Brandon Boesch*

Schopenhauer’s Partition Diagrams and Logical Geometry *Jens Lemanski and Lorenz Demey*

Aesthetics and Ordering in Stacked Area Charts *Steffen Strunge Mathiesen and Hans-Jörg Schulz*

Interactivity in Linear Diagrams *Peter Chapman*

**Short Papers**

Diagrams as part of Physical Theories: A Representational Conception *Javier Anta*

Truth Tables without Truth Values: On 4.27 and 4.42 of Wittgenstein’s Tractatus *Tabea Rohr*

Combining and relating Aristotelian diagrams *Leander Vignero*

Structuralist analysis for neural network system diagrams *Guy Marshall, Caroline Jay and Andre Freitas*

The fall and rise of resemblance diagrams *Mikkel Willum Johansen and Josefine Lomholt Pallavicini*

Intentional Diagram Design: Using Gestalt Perceptual Grouping in Cladograms to Tackle Students’ Misconceptions *Jingyi Liu and Laura Novick*

Residuation in Peirce’s Existential Graphs *Nathan Haydon and Ahti Pietarinen*

Equivalence proof for intuitionistic existential Alpha graphs *Arnold Oostra*

Diagrams in Essays: Exploring the Kinds of Diagrams Students Generate and How Well They Work *Emmanuel Manalo and Mari Fukuda*

Tractarian Notations *Francesco Bellucci*

Visualising Lattices with Tabular Diagrams *Utta Priss*

Beyond counting: Measuring diagram intensity in mathematical research papers during the past 25 years *Henrik Kragh Sørensen*

How can numerals be iconic? Varieties of iconicity *Dirk Schlimm*

On the relationship between geometric objects and figures in Euclidean geometry *Mario Bacelar Valente*

Validity as choiceless unification *Frank Thomas Sautter and Bruno Ramos Mendonça*

Number and quality of diagrams in scholarly publications is associated with number of citations *Guy Marshall, Caroline Jay and Andre Freitas*

Interactive, Orthogonal Hyperedge Routing in Schematic Diagrams Assisted by Layout Automatisms, *Stefan Helmke, Bernhard Goetze, Robert Scheffler and Gregor Wrobel*

Understanding scholarly neural network system diagrams through application of VisDNA *Guy Marshall, Caroline Jay and Andre Freitas*

Comics and Diagrams: An Introductory Overview *Andrea Tosti*

On identity in Peirce’s Beta Graphs *Javier Legris*

The Science of Seeing Science: Examining The Visuality Hypotheses *Claire Goggin and Lisa Best*

A Universal Grammar for Specifying Visualization Types *Yuri Engelhardt and Clive Richards*

New Representations of Modal Functions *Pedro Falcão*

Aaron Schuyler: the missing link between Euler and Venn diagrams? *Marcos Bautista López Aznar and Walter Federico Gadea*

Diagramming Incomplete and Imprecise Temporal Information *Hakob Barseghyan*

**Abstracts (Long Talks)**

Drawing Algorithms for Linear Diagrams *Peter Chapman, Kevin Sim and Huanghao Chen*

Effects of strategy-based motivation, quality of diagrams and performance in mathematics *Stanislaw Schukajlow, Judith Blomberg, Johanna Rellensmann and Claudia Leopold*

How do the semantic properties of visual explanations guide causal inference? *Holly Huey, Caren Walker and Judith Fan*

The Syntax and Semantics of Wire Diagrams: Two Approaches *Bryan Pickel and Brian Rabern*

**Abstracts and Posters (Lightning Talks)**

Evidence of Chunking in A Simple Drawing Task *Yanze Liu and Peter Cheng*

Can humans and machines classify photographs as depicting negation? *Yuri Sato and Koji Mineshima*

Modeling Multimodal Interactions and Feedback for Embodied Geovisualization *Markus Berger*

Peirce’s Graphical Solution to ‘Peirce’s Puzzle’ *Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen*

Venn Diagrams with “Most”: A Natural Logic Approach *Xinwen Liu and Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen*

Jin Yuelin’s Simplification of Venn Diagrams *Xinwen Liu and Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen*

Natural Deduction for Intuitionistic Euler-Venn Diagrams *Sven Linker*

Dynamic Flowcharts for Enhancing Learners’ Understanding of the Control Flow during Programming Learning *Mikhail Denisov, Anton Anikin and Oleg Sychev*

How can we statistically analyze the achievement of diagrammatic literacy from high school regular tests? *Yuri Uesaka, Shun Saso and Takeshi Akisawa*

What are rules for? A Carroll-Peirce comparison *Amirouche Moktefi and Reetu Bhattacharjee*

Cognitive Style’s Effects on User Task Performance in Network Visualisations *Nikita Lomov, Quang Vinh Nguyen, Weidong Huang and Jing Luo*

What Diagrams Are Considered Useful for Solving Mathematical Word Problems in Japan? *Hiroaki Ayabe, Emmanuel Manalo, Mari Fukuda and Norihiro Sadato*

The Presence of Diagrams and Problems Requiring Diagram Construction: Comparing Mathematical Word Problems in Japanese and Canadian Textbooks *Mari Fukuda, Emmanuel Manalo and Hiroaki Ayabe*

Concentrating Competency Profile Data Into Cognitive Map of Knowledge Diagnosis *Viktor Uglev and Oleg Sychev*

Visualizing Program State as a Clustered Graph for Learning Programming *Oleg Sychev*

A Diagrammatic Representation of Hegel’s Scienceof Logic *Valentin Pluder and Jens Lemanski*

Visualizing Worldviews: Applications of Diagrammatic Notation to Cosmology & Theology in the Middle Ages *Tessa Ng (N)*

Visualizing Inner-Sense Theories: An Application of Scientonomic Diagramming *Carlin Henikoff and Paul Patton (N)*

Diagramming Aristotle’s and Philoponus’ Theories of Projectile Motion *Josh Allen (N)*

Dodecagons for modal opposition in the Quantified Argument Calculus *Matteo Pascucci and Jonas Raab (N)*

Music and Mathematics: Diagrammatic Reasoning in the 14th Century *Daniel Muzzulini (N)*

Visuospatial Skills and the Workforce *Israel Flores, Carson Fallon and Maithilee Kunda (N)*

N = Non-archival