Using Approximations to Scale Exploratory Data Analysis in Datacubes

@inproceedings{Barbar1999UsingAT,
  title={Using Approximations to Scale Exploratory Data Analysis in Datacubes},
  author={Daniel Barbar{\'a} and Xintao Wu},
  booktitle={KDD},
  year={1999}
}
Exploratory Data Analysis is a widely used technique to determine which factors have the most influence on data values in a multi-way table, or which cells in the table can be considered anomalous with respect to the other cells. In particular, median polish is a simple, yet robust method to perform Exploratory Data Analysis. Median polish is resistant to holes in the table (cells that have no values), but it may require a lot of iterations through the data. This factor makes it difficult to… CONTINUE READING

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