THE MUTUAL INFORMATION DIAGRAM FOR UNCERTAINTY VISUALIZATION

@inproceedings{Correa2013THEMI,
  title={THE MUTUAL INFORMATION DIAGRAM FOR UNCERTAINTY VISUALIZATION},
  author={Carlos D. Correa and Peter Lindstrom},
  year={2013}
}
We present a variant of the Taylor diagram, a type of 2D plot that succinctly shows the relationship between two or more random variables based on their variance and correlation. The Taylor diagram has been adopted by the climate and geophysics communities to produce insightful visualizations, e.g., for intercomparison studies. Our variant, which we call the Mutual Information Diagram, represents the relationship between random variables in terms of their entropy and mutual information, and… CONTINUE READING

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