Professor Long’s research interests include measurement and evaluation methods, e-government and information technology, data mining, and data visualization methods appropriate for large transactional data. She has served as an expert witness in litigation on information technologies with respect to public disclosure, and on the use of statistical evidence in evaluating government policy.
"Data Warehouses and Data Mining Tools for the Legal Profession: Using Information Technology to Raise the Standard of Practice" Syracuse Law Review, (forthcoming), Volume 52, Book 4, Roberge, L., and Burnham, D.
"Design and Delivery of Online Mining Tools: Turning Government Data Into Usable Information" Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress on the Management of Electronic Commerce, January 16, 2002. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Roberge, L., and Burnham, D.