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Making Parallel Coordinates In Cylindrical Complete Graph Visually Tractable?

In "Addressing the unmet need for visualizing conditional random fields in biological data", a visually intractable, complete parallel coordinate graph appears: By "complete" I mean that a top-down ...
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Overlapping meaning with lda_model$plot()

I'm doing Latent Dirichlet Allocation with text2vec and end up with lda_model$plot() visualization from LDAvis package but I don't specifically understand what is the overlapping meaning with it. I ...
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What is this kind of chart is this (shows flow of components from one group to another)? [duplicate]

I'd like to know the name for the following type of chart. I see it in the context of interactive charts related to fundraising or polling where components are shown to follow from one group to ...
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Ansombe-quartet-like (pedagogical) examples to demonstrate power of visualizations [duplicate]

The Anscombe Quartet powerfully makes the point about the effectiveness of a visualization. Do people have other (pedagogically tested) vignette/dataset examples, especially based on economic/...
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Best way to visualize KNN for more than 4 variables in R

I have used the KNN for a data set containing 9 columns. Using knn() from the class package I found the best model for predicting the value in the 9th column. This ...
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RShiny vs QlikView vs SAP Lumira [closed]

I would love to get some opinions about those three tools. I am working with R and Shiny quite long time. I developed many apps (production side) which are actually being very popular at my company. ...
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Visualizing a time series data to compare the scores of groups based on each day of participation

I have the following data but not sure about the best way to visualize it. Average assignment scores for the users starting to participate in the first, second, third, and so on, days of the course. ...
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How to read legend of graph showing overlaid areas

I am looking at the diagram number five How People and Trains Affect Each Other on http://mbtaviz.github.io/. I wonder how to read the legend ...
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Machine learning algorithm to replicate a CPU-intensive, deterministic set of calculations

I am working on a data visualization like this NY Times interactive (http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/upshot/buy-rent-calculator.html): If you go to that link, there are 20 of these charts. I ...
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Explaining the steps of a visualization tool

this is my first post on CrossValidated. I've done, for academic purpose, a web tool doing this process: web scraping from various sites pre-process the responses (cleaning, error and redundance ...
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Export interactive R graphics to PDF? [closed]

What R package (*) is able to create interactive graphics like these but allowing to export it to pdf? http://www.intmath.com/counting-probability/normal-distribution-graph-interactive.php http://...
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Visualizing a regression with 1 DV and multiple IV [closed]

I am working on a paper, attempting to explain the effects of certain influences on terrorist organizations with regards to politicizing. Using VISREG I am able to create visualizations to depict ...
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What is the best way to present rank survey data? [duplicate]

I have a survey data where I've asked a local community to rank 6 different issues they face on a scale of 1 to 6. For example, ...
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Visualization Question [duplicate]

Simple question, has anybody ever seen a similar visualization to the one below? If so what is the name of such a graph and what software could be used to create it?
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Data Visualization: how to plot irregularly spaced time series?

I have a collection of highly irregular sampled data. The gap between measurements can be few seconds, or few weeks or few decades ... What are the techniques to plot irregularly spaced time series ...
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interactive clustering of a 3D point cloud by changing the granularity

I want to cluster a point cloud in a 3D space (maybe with 200k points). For this I'm locking for a botom up approach. My goal is, that I can change the granularity of the clustering with a ...
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regarding the explanation of interaction plot

I was trying to draw an interaction plot for two predictor variables as follows: interaction.plot(xtest[,2],xtest[,8],y) I got the following plot. I do not know ...
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Ways to integrate user input into clustering algorithm [closed]

I want to integrate user input into clustering algorithm. So that users can control which docs should be in the same cluster. What are some ways to achieve this? Can metric learning do this?
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Visual explanation of forecasting algorithm

I am trying to develop the concept to give an intuitive explanation of how my forecasting algorithm works. The forecasting algorithm uses historic data and some current-day data to forecast the ...
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Visualization and navigation through a Pareto front

I've recently extended my genetic algorithm in such a way that it constructs a Pareto front, instead of weighing the different quality dimensions. The quality dimensions are not related to 'spacial' ...
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How to view large time series data interactively?

I often deal with reasonable sized amount of time series data, 50-200 million doubles with associated time stamps and would like to visualize them dynamically. Is there existing software to do this ...
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Does anyone know any good open source software for visualizing data from database?

Recently I came across Tableau and tried to visualize the data from database and csv file. The user iterface enables the user to visualize time and spatial data and create plots in an instant. Such ...
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How to visualise a 3D data-set for someone over the Internet?

I was just about to ask a question concerning a certain 3D data-set (each point in space has a value associated), but couldn't figure out how to visualize it for you. I can understand it myself by ...
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Bayes Network/Conditional Probability Visualization Tools

I'm hoping that someone could suggest a tool for viewing conditional probabilities withi. I am currently using Weka, but the ability to view the conditional probability tables of nodes within the ...
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Betweenness centrality applied to Amazon books graph

I made a visualization of Amazon related products. Every link in visualization means two products are often bought together. Now I'm applying various graph analysis techniques and am fascinated by ...
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How can I create nice graphs automatically?

Eg. such as those on this page http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey Is there any ready-made software that can do this? Alternatively, any recommendations for other software that does something ...
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How to visualize large amount of particles?

Often as a result of several simulations which are themselves intensive a huge amount of information i.e., points/line/plane depending to the subject of investigation are available. Although there are ...
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Interactive tool for plotting data points with filter and search capabilities

I am used to make my data plots with R and to save the results to static files but now I have a data set with far too many data points and I need to explore it. Due to this I need a recommendation for ...
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What do you call a chart that looks like a half pie chart with a needle indicating a percentage?

Is there a name for this data visualization? It's almost like half a pie chart. In this case, it was animated like a speedometer you would see on a car dashboard; the divider (the needle) pointed ...
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Is it possible to create “parallel sets” plot using R?

Thanks to Tormod question (posted here) I came across the Parallel Sets plot. Here is an example for how it looks: (It is a visualization of the Titanic dataset. Showing, for example, how most of ...
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Suggestions for embedded interactive analytical functionalities?

We're thinking of adding an interactive near real-time analytics functionality (a-la "Google Analytics") to a product Movie Recommender Engine. We need to let the user interactively create analyses ...
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When is interactive data visualization useful to use?

While preparing for a talk I will give soon, I recently started digging into two major (Free) tools for interactive data visualization: GGobi and mondrian - both offer a great range of capabilities (...
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Resources for learning to use (/create) dynamic (/interactive) statistical visualization

I would like to learn a bit more on interactive data visualization (zooming, pointing, brushing, point-mapping and so on). I would welcome any: Tutorial/guide/book(?)/video on how to use such ...