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Music Genre Bars

@article{Panda2021MusicGB,
  title={Music Genre Bars},
  author={Swaroop Panda and Shatarupa Thakurta Roy},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2103.00129}
}
Music Genres, as a popular meta-data of music, are very useful to organize, explore or search music datasets. Soft music genres are weighted multiple-genre annotations to songs. In this initial work, we propose horizontally stacked bar charts to represent a music dataset annotated by these soft music genres. For this purpose, we take an example of a toy dataset consisting of songs labelled with help of three music genres; Blues, Jazz and Country. We demonstrate how such a stacked bar chart can… 

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