Multivariate-data-visualization-based investigation of projectiles in sports

@article{Shah2018MultivariatedatavisualizationbasedIO,
  title={Multivariate-data-visualization-based investigation of projectiles in sports},
  author={Agam Shah and Yagnesh Chauhan and Prit J Patel and Bhaskar Ray Chaudhury},
  journal={European Journal of Physics},
  year={2018},
  volume={39}
}
The kinematics and dynamics of projectiles in sports is a complex topic involving several physical quantities and variables such as time, distance, velocity, acceleration, momentum, force, energy, viscosity, pressure, torque, bounce, sliding, rolling, etc. The analysis of these complex sets of multidimensional information, including the correlation between different variables, is an important requirement for the clear understanding of projectile trajectories in sports. However, those who do not… 
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