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Questions tagged [data-visualization]

Constructing meaningful and useful graphical representations of data. (If your question is only about how to get particular software to produce a specific effect, then it is likely not on topic here.)

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Visualising a networkx graph with vosviewer

I am trying to export a networkx graph into a format that vosviewer can read. When I wrote my graph to gml and pajek via nx.write_gml(G, path) and nx.write_pajek(G, path), vosviewer did not accept the ...
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What type of chart is this? A crossing stacked area chart?

The New York Times made some beautiful visualizations of energy consumption by state: link What would this type of chart be called? A cross-stacked area chart? Does anyone know any libraries or ...
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Why use histogram to illustrated probability distribution

Forgive me I am a newbie of random variables. I saw a lot of course which introduce the Discrete Random Variables which always be illustrated with a histogram or ...
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Add a legend on a Choropleth map in D3.JS [on hold]

I am building a Choropleth map in D3.js. Considering that a quantize scale divides values into several discrete buckets, assigning a color to each based on which bucket it falls into. As one can get ...
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Visualizing separability / independence

I’d like to visually ‘see’ the independence of random variables. I tried plotting f(x), f(y), and f(x, y) for independent and dependent pairs of variables. However, the difference is still not ...
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Is it reasonable to display “percentage data” in a boxplot, why?

I have data that are in fact percentages of C (bound to clay) combusted in a certain temperature interval. Exemplary data: ...
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If diagnostics for multiple linear regression are ok, are diagnostics of the component variables needed?

This is a follow-on question from here. I received two conflicting answers to the question posed in the title of this post. The diagnostics of the multiple regression looked okay (see link), but it ...
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Comparing a distributions between large datasets

I have $2 < n < 10$ algorithms that I have applied to $10 < n < 500$ time series with ten different variables. The job of the algorithms is to produce a result that is as close as possible ...
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Rules of thumb for partial residual (component + residual) plots as diagnostics for linearity?

Here are the standard R diagnostic plots of a multiple linear regression model that includes an autoregressive term at lag-1 (i.e. AR(1)). I have logged & z-scored my input data. Ben Bolker says ...
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Plot a regression equation with mean standard error [closed]

I would like to plot values from the image from a model regression, with R. eqn = function(x){ZZZ} curve(eqn, from=0, to=50, n=100)
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What does each cluster represent?

I have a dataset from a questionnaire with over 10000 rows and 30 variables. I am trying to have an insight of the data so I tried to cluster similar items. I first made a dimension reduction ...
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High Autocorrelation - Low Partial Autocorrelation Interpretation

According to the above autocorrelation plot, my time series reaches levels of 20% autocorrelation with certain lags. However, when I plot the autocorrelation and partial autocorrelation, I am ...
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Visualize binary trait distribution in two groups

I have just two groups with the certain (not equal to each other) numbers of the trait observations within each group. The trait has only two levels- 0 and 1 (i.e. this trait is binary). For example: ...
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Shrink decision tree by shuffling order of attributes

I made a decision tree that classifies mushrooms in the UCI Mushroom dataset as either poisonous or edible based on their features. The model has a 100% accuracy on both the training and test set. ...
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Distribution Comparison on Multiple Dimensions in Python

I work as an analyst at a company that is in the midst of transitioning to more cloud-friendly tools. That means we've gone from using SAS/TD SQL (from my actual analyst days) to working with Python ...
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Independent and Identically distributed assumption in Maximum likelihood estimation

I was reading about Maximum likelihood estimation from various sources on the internet and I noticed that MLE makes an assumption about the data known as IID but I didn't completely understand why is ...
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why p value = 0 in CV-ANOVA?

i am using SIMCA 13.0 to build a opls-da model. To validate the model,SIMCA perform ANalysis Of VAriance testing of Cross-Validated predictive residuals(CV-ANOVA).Then output a table(attached). In ...
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Sparkline type visualisation of demographics in papers (introducing new 'non-standard' visuals)

It seems typical to include only basic statistics on subject demographics within papers (i.e. mean, max and min). It seems to me that having a knowledge of the actual distribution would be provide ...
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Scatterplot bounded by parabola

I have frequency data for several variables. Each type can take on one of two variants: ...
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Questions about conducting Mixed-Design ANOVA in R

I have a dataset that includes one IV with 3 levels (group 1, group 2, and group 3) and a repeated DV (pre test score and post test score). I am using R, but I'm unsure what codes I should use to test ...
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What is the type of plot called?

Sorry for not being able to come up with a more specific title. I ran into this image and find it very intuitive. However, I have never seen anything similar. I would be interested to make similar ...
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Compact way of visualizing heat maps of correlated data

I am trying to visualise the correlation of the Result column with every other column. ...
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How to interpret a mosaic plot in R?

The mosaic plot shown bellow is the product of this code ...
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Why is Stata smothed hazard estimate pruned to interval?

I have played through this R example to calculate hazard estimates. I chased the whole thing through Stata and obtained a different graph, though. R graph: Stata graph: What's the rationale ...
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How to determine which distribution fits my data set?

I have this data set which I am trying to find which distribution my data set can be accurately represented by using r. I performed the Shapiro-Wilk test and found that my data does not come from a ...
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Exploring and analyzing date variables and address variables

I have a dataset that contains date variables, quantitative and qualitative predictor variables, and a binary dependent variable. The goal of my analysis is find the percent of success in CORRECT and ...
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What does a Diagonal Gaussian Distribution look like in 3 dimensions?

I was able to find https://brilliant.org/wiki/multivariate-normal-distribution/ and I am aware the the diagonal gaussian distribution is a special case where the only entries are on the diagonal, ...
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how to calculate the difference between multiple distribution(or frequency list)

Here is the scenario: I have a dataset, which contains list of data points, each point has F features(i.e. float numbers) and a category(there are C categories). I want to compare the difference of ...
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Algorithms for Graphs Clustering

Which methods is available for graph clustering? The most information by query "Graph clustering" concentrated on the finding set of nodes in the one large graph (or graph partition), but it isn't my ...
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How to find cutoff point in Logistics Regression using R

I have run a Logistics Regression model in my data set. Below is the code: ...
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How to partially compress domain of a scatter plot?

I am not sure where should I place this question. It is a more general question. My question is: I have scatter plot with 1 million points. I am using R to plot my data. When I plot my data points, ...
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Deep Neural Network visualization on multi dimension datasets [closed]

I have seen the PlayGround of Tensorflow. But it is using only 2D values which means only 2 inputs are taken. I have 7 inputs and the output is only 1. See the datasets sample: ...
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How to perform specific queries in weather data time series [closed]

I have time series data from several weather stations located in a specific area. The readings include a timestamp, the humidity and the temperature. The resolution of the data is quite high, about 6 ...
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Finding Impact of IV on NPS of response to a survey [duplicate]

I have a dataset like this. Where the first column is the age of usage of product of a user (in days) and second column is the response of the user to the typical NPS survey question: Using these ...
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What is radius_mean() in this histogram [closed]

I was trying to plot a histogram for no of Malignant vs benign tumors. Here is the kaggle kernel I am practising from:https://www.kaggle.com/kanncaa1/basic-statistic-tutorial-for-beginners However, I ...
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Finding effect of a variable on NPS of a survey responses

I have a survey responses data. It has various columns, but one of the column is the age of the product usage by the user. The other column is the response given by the user on a 0-10 point scale as ...
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What is the best way to plot an interaction, that accounts for other control variables?

Imagine that I'm interested in seeing if there is an interaction between hair colour and weight, as predictors of a person's speed, after accounting for height. How can I plot this interaction in a ...
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How can i plot a linear mixed model

i have constructed a mixed model for a nested design. i have attached it below: A researcher observes variation in wing size in a beetle species in South-America and wants to know whether wing size ...
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Is this a good plot?

I'm very new to Data Viz and R. I'm trying to understand how graphs are interpreted. Does the below graph look nice? What would you interpret looking at it? Would you consider there is a slight ...
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Concise way to visualize / compare many Gaussian mixtures

I have 5,000 samples drawn from each of approximately 50,000 distributions. I have good reason to expect most of them to be normally distributed, and I expect some of them to be multi-modal (mixture ...
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Can you “reverse” an interaction plot and still interpret it?

I am interested in studying the interaction with a ordinal predictor p and continuous moderator m on an outcome y with a simple model of: y ~ p + m + p*m However, since my predictor is categorical, ...
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Visualisation of *Multiplicative* Contributions

There are many kinds of charts for visualising how a quantity (e.g. number of students in a class) may be broken up into small sub-categories (number of blue-eyed students, number of brown-eyed ...
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Visualizations not appearing in Tensorflow-PyCharm IDE [closed]

I am using PyCharm Community Edition and Python 3.7. Via Anaconda, I have installed the Tensorflow machine learning package. I am following the regression tutorial here, but I am getting limited ...
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How to visualize binary IVs in logit model simulation?

Hello guys and thank you for letting me join this community, I am working on a logit model and want to display my results with simulation (for clarification I am referring to the style of simulation ...
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What's the name for this type of graph/chart?

This is a type of chart that horizontally scrolls as new data appears. It's used to register the history across time of some data. Commonly used for monitoring as well.
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Probability Tree Visual

0 down vote favorite I have a probability tree with 128+ branches. Each branch in the tree is the combined success or failure of a product. I can visualize it as a tree in R but it is going to be ...
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When adding jitter a scatterplot for conveying information is appropriate

"Jittering" is adding a bit of random noise to scatterplots, to better see the information contained in the data, usually when there is a lot of overplotting. This overplotting can result from e.g. ...
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How would I plot a random effect model with categorical predictors in R?

I've run a random intercept model in the lmer package in R where I have a response (count data) as a function of a binary categorical variable with a random intercept of time, for repeated measures. I ...
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Choosing the right type of plot for my pandas dataframe

I have been confused because I don't know which type of plot I must choose. I have a data frame with two columns suppose the first one is the id of a person and the second one the number of houses ...