Our company is developing self-learning software that extracts data from documents and enters it automatically into text-fields in some other software, on behalf of the user. These suggestions aren't always correct though, so the user occasionally has to correct them. We are collecting the results and use them for future calculations and as statistics in general.
I am currently developing a statistics tool so that we can spot how well the software is performing over time. If we make an update to the code and spot that the data suggested is worse off than previously we would like to be able to spot this change, preferably in a diagram.
The software knows nothing about what the user is looking for, but learns to nail it down every time after 10 documents.
Every point of data is either a hit or miss, there isn't anything in between. However, displaying individual data points of 100 % (hit) or 0 % (miss) isn't very useful in a diagram.
I will need to group data-points together in order to get a more readable diagram.
The question is, how?
Example data: 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1
30 values. 1 = hit, 0 = miss. The trend should show a steady increase in accuracy since it gets more and more of the data right.
How do I group together data-points of percentages in a way so that changes over time is easily distinguishable?