The analysis of large sums of data can be extremely difficult to perform if the data is not presented graphically. As a result, many graphing techniques have been developed, such as scatter plots, histograms. Generally, the main purpose of graphically displaying data is to do one of two things: First, to find the general average of where most of the data… (More)
Rowan University established to develop visualization tools that aid the analysts evaluating the ERAM RFR test data. In addition, features of these visualization tools, how they were instituted during the study, and collaboration success stories are presented.