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Survey on Visual Analysis of Event Sequence Data

  title={Survey on Visual Analysis of Event Sequence Data},
  author={Y. Guo and Shunan Guo and Zhuochen Jin and Smiti Kaul and David Gotz and Nan Cao},
  • Y. Guo, Shunan Guo, +3 authors Nan Cao
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Event sequence data record series of discrete events in the time order of occurrence. They are commonly observed in a variety of applications ranging from electronic health records to network logs, with the characteristics of large-scale, high-dimensional, and heterogeneous. This high complexity of event sequence data makes it difficult for analysts to manually explore and find patterns, resulting in ever-increasing needs for computational and perceptual aids from visual analytics techniques to… CONTINUE READING
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