BibSonomy :: tag :: statistics visualization

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#### 1An interactive tool to explain Simpson's Paradox

As just about every statistics student can attest, Simpson's Paradox — a statistical phenomenon where an apparent trend is reversed when you look at subgroups — is notoriously hard to explain. You can look at examples — say, the fact that US wages are rising overall, but dropping within every educational group — but that don't really help to explain the paradox. But it's not really paradox at all, but simply the fact that the disparate rate at which members of the study join the subgroups isn't accounted for in the analysis. To demonstrate this effect, the Visualizing Urban Data...
12 months ago by @jaeschke
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#### 2Internet Usage World Stats

Internet and Population Statistics - market research oriented "website for international Internet usage statistics, world population data and web growth information. Here you will find statistical Internet usage data and population figures for over 265 c
2 years ago by @mikaelbook
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#### 1hanging rootogram: Definition from Answers.com

hanging rootogram A diagram ( see diagram overleaf ), suggested by Tukey in 1971, for comparing an observed bar chart or histogram (with equal-width categories)
3 years ago by @schmidt2
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#### 9CiteSpace: visualizing patterns and trends in scientific literature

CiteSpace is a Java application, freely available to use
4 years ago by @jaj
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#### 1OECD Factbook 2008 in Gapminder

The Gapminder Graphs allow you to unveil the interactions between indicators in the OECD Factbook over time. select any two indicators for the axes in the graph, and the size of bubbles reflect the size of a third indicator of your choice. Play with time. Select countries and track and compare their performance.
4 years ago by @jaj
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#### 9Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction by Locally Linear Embedding

Science 290(5500):2323--2326 (2000)
2 months ago by @peter.ralph
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#### 12Exploratory Data Analysis

4 years ago by @peter.ralph
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#### 1Cultural Heritage Information Dashboards

iConference 2010: February 3-6 2010, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, (2010)
5 years ago by @gonaut
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#### 17The Visual Display of Quantitative Information

Graphics Press, Cheshire, Connecticut, (2001)
6 years ago by @vivion
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#### 1Visualization of data

R Daniel Meyer, and Dianne Cook. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 11(1):89 - 96 (2000)
6 years ago by @vivion
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#### 1Special Invited Paper: Dimension Reduction and Visualization in Discriminant Analysis (with discussion)

R. Dennis Cook, and Xiangrong Yin. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics 43(2):147-199 (2001)
6 years ago by @vivion
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#### 4Interactive and Dynamic Graphics for Data Analysis With R and GGobi

Dianne Cook, and Deborah F. Swayne. Springer, (2007)
7 years ago by @vivion
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#### 1Interactive Graphics for Data Analysis: Principles and Examples

Martin Theus, and Simon Urbanek. Chapman & Hall, (2008)
7 years ago by @vivion
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#### 1lattice: Lattice Graphics

R Foundation for Statistical Computing, (2005)
7 years ago by @jwbowers
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