Interactive data mining with 3D-parallel-coordinate-trees

@inproceedings{Achtert2013InteractiveDM,
  title={Interactive data mining with 3D-parallel-coordinate-trees},
  author={Elke Achtert and H. Kriegel and Erich Schubert and A. Zimek},
  booktitle={SIGMOD '13},
  year={2013}
}
  • Elke Achtert, H. Kriegel, +1 author A. Zimek
  • Published in SIGMOD '13 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Parallel coordinates are an established technique to visualize high-dimensional data, in particular for data mining purposes. A major challenge is the ordering of axes, as any axis can have at most two neighbors when placed in parallel on a 2D plane. By extending this concept to a 3D visualization space we can place several axes next to each other. However, finding a good arrangement often does not necessarily become easier, as still not all axes can be arranged pairwise adjacently to each… CONTINUE READING

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