# 2 Top-Frequency Parallel Coordinates Plots : Continuous-Variables Case

@inproceedings{Yang20182TP, title={2 Top-Frequency Parallel Coordinates Plots : Continuous-Variables Case}, author={Vincent Yang}, year={2018} }

- Published 2018

Parallel coordinates plotting is one of the most popular methods for multivariate visualization. However, when applied to larger data sets, there tends to be a “black screen problem,” with the screen becoming so cluttered and full that patterns are difficult or impossible to discern. Xie and Matloff (2014) proposed remedying this problem by plotting only the most frequently-appearing patterns, with frequency defined in terms of nonparametrically estimated multivariate density. This approach… CONTINUE READING

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