MultiVision: Designing Analytical Dashboards with Deep Learning Based Recommendation

@article{Wu2021MultiVisionDA,
  title={MultiVision: Designing Analytical Dashboards with Deep Learning Based Recommendation},
  author={Aoyu Wu and Yun Wang and Mengyu Zhou and Xinyi He and Haidong Zhang and Huamin Qu and Dongmei Zhang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2021},
  volume={PP},
  pages={1-1}
}
We contribute a deep-learning-based method that assists in designing analytical dashboards for analyzing a data table. Given a data table, data workers usually need to experience a tedious and time-consuming process to select meaningful combinations of data columns for creating charts. This process is further complicated by the needs of creating dashboards composed of multiple views that unveil different perspectives of data. Existing automated approaches for recommending multiple-view… 

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