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P 5 : Portable Progressive Parallel Processing Pipelines for Interactive Data Analysis and Visualization

@inproceedings{Li2019P5,
  title={P 5 : Portable Progressive Parallel Processing Pipelines for Interactive Data Analysis and Visualization},
  author={Jianping Kelvin Li and Kwan-Liu Ma},
  year={2019}
}
We present P5, a web-based visualization toolkit that combines declarative visualization grammar and GPU computing for progressive data analysis and visualization. To interactively analyze and explore big data, progressive analytics and visualization methods have recently emerged. Progressive visualizations of incrementally refining results have the advantages of allowing users to steer the analysis process and make early decisions. P5 leverages declarative grammar for specifying visualization… Expand

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