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Dynamic Graphics Statistics



ISBN 9780534091446
Published July 8, 1988 by Chapman and Hall/CRC
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Book Description

The essential characteristic of a dynamic graphical method is the direct manipulation of elements of a graph on a computer screen, which in high-performance implementations, the elements change virtually instantaneously on the screen. This book contains a collection of papers about dynamic graphics dating from the late 1960s to 1988. Although technology has advanced considerably, the fundamental ideas about basic graphical principles and data-analytic goals are still relevant today.

Table of Contents

Dynamic Graphics for Data Analysis, Richard A. Becker, William S. Cleveland, and Allan R. Wilks
Some Approaches to Interactive Statistical Graphics. PRIM-9: an Interactive Multidimensional Data Display, D.F. Andrews, E.B. Fowlkes, and P.A. Tukey
Kinematic Display of Multivariate Data, D.L. Donoho, P.J. Huber, E. Ramos, and H.M. Thoma
An Introduction to Real Time Graphical Techniques for Analyzing Multivariate Data, Mary Anne Fisherkeller, Jerome H. Friedman, and John W. Tukey
Control and Stash Philosophy for Two-Handed, Flexible, and Immediate Control of a Graphic Display, John W. Tukey
Orion I: Interactive Graphics for Data Analysis, John Alan McDonald
Brushing Scatterplots, Richard A. Becker and William S. Cleveland
Plot Windows, Werner Stuetzle
The Use of Brushing and Rotation for Data Analysis, Richard A. Becker, William S. Cleveland, and Gerald Weil
Elements of a Viewing Pipeline for Data Analysis, Andreas Buja, Daniel Asminov, Catherine Hurley, and Joh A. McDonald
EXPLOR4: A Program for Exploring Four-Dimensional Data Using Stereo-Ray Glyphs, Dimensional Constraints, Rotation, and Masking, D.B. Carr and W.L. Nicholson
MACSPIN: Dynamic Graphics on a Desktop Computer, Andrew W. Donoho, David L. Donoho, and Miriam Gasko
The Application of Depth Separation to the Display of Large Data Sets, Thomas V. Papathomas and Bela Julesz
A High Performance Color Graphics Facility for Exploring Multivariate Data, C. Ming Wand and Harold W. Gugel
Dynamic Graphics for Exploring Multivariate Data, Forrest W. Young, Douglas P. Kent, and Warren F. Kuhfeld

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