By Thomas A. Runkler
This booklet is a entire creation to the tools and algorithms of contemporary information analytics. It presents a legitimate mathematical foundation, discusses benefits and downsides of other ways, and permits the reader to layout and enforce info analytics recommendations for real-world functions. This publication has been used for greater than ten years within the information Mining path on the Technical college of Munich. a lot of the content material is predicated at the result of business examine and improvement initiatives at Siemens.
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Two-dimensional visualization uses two orthogonal coordinate axes and represents each feature vector as a point in the coordinate system. The visualization of only one feature is called a (simple) diagram. Visualizations of more than one feature can be done with scatter diagrams. A two-dimensional scatter diagram matches each feature to one of the two coordinate axes, so the feature plane matches the visualization plane. A. 1007/978-3-658-14075-5_4 37 38 4 Data Visualization visualization projection diagram axis parallel projection scatter diagram principal compo− nent analysis histogram multidimensional scaling Sammon mapping spectral analysis auto associator Fig.
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