In devices such as smart speakers or other headless devices that lack a display screen, or when an audio user interface is used, it is not possible for the user to view data graphically. It is therefore difficult for such user interfaces to convey statistical data or trends. This disclosure describes techniques to map data to audio signals. A change in data is reflected as a change in some property, e.g., pitch, amplitude, etc., of the audio signal. Per the techniques, a user hears trends in data, e.g., data is auditorily visualized, referred to herein as audiolized.
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N/A, "Using Variation in Audio to Convey Change in Data", Technical Disclosure Commons, (April 02, 2020)