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ComVisMD-A Visualization Tool for Compact Display of Multidimensional Data: An illustration on Cricket Players Data

Abstract : Database information is multidimensional and often displayed in tabular format (row/column display). A Choropleth map is a thematic map in which areas are colored according to a variable of interest. They are used mostly for compact graphical representation of geographical information. We propose a system, ComVisMD, inspired by choropleth map, to visualize multidimensional data taking sets of 4 dimensions and projecting them on a compact 2D-display. The first dimension uses the attribute of main interest to color areas according to a 5-color scale. The next 2 dimensions define the displayed areas as square cells and give the horizontal and vertical axes. The fourth dimension is displayed in the form of varying-size holes in the cells. We illustrate our approach on cricket players data and show how ComVisMDs compact visualization can help analyze data and find correlations as well as explain the exceptions by the way of intuitive color observation, shape of the cells, information on cell, dynamic scaling, classification and clustering
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https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01997828
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Mireille Ducassé, Shridhar Dandin. ComVisMD-A Visualization Tool for Compact Display of Multidimensional Data: An illustration on Cricket Players Data. IEEE VIS 2018 International Conference, Oct 2018, Berlin, Germany. ⟨hal-01997828⟩

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