A Decorated Parallel Coordinate Plot for Categorical Longitudinal Data

@article{Brgin2014ADP,
  title={A Decorated Parallel Coordinate Plot for Categorical Longitudinal Data},
  author={Reto B{\"u}rgin and Gilbert Ritschard},
  journal={The American Statistician},
  year={2014},
  volume={68},
  pages={103 - 98}
}
This article proposes a decorated parallel coordinate plot for longitudinal categorical data, featuring a jitter mechanism revealing the diversity of observed longitudinal patterns and allowing the tracking of each individual pattern, variable point and line widths reflecting weighted pattern frequencies, the rendering of simultaneous events, and different filter options for highlighting typical patterns. The proposed visual display has been developed for describing and exploring the order of… Expand
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