Exploratory Visual Analysis of Graphs in GGobi

@inproceedings{Swayne2003ExploratoryVA,
  title={Exploratory Visual Analysis of Graphs in GGobi},
  author={Deborah F. Swayne and Andreas Buja},
  year={2003}
}
Graphs have long been of interest in telecommunications and social network analysis, and they are now receiving increasing attention from statisticians working in other areas, particularly in biostatistics. Most of the visualization software available for working with graphs has come from outside statistics and has not included the kind of interaction that statisticians have come to expect. At the same time, most of the exploratory visualization software available to statisticians has made no… CONTINUE READING
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