Selecting and Sharing Multidimensional Projection Algorithms: A Practical View

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2020
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The Eurographics Association
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Multidimensional Projection techniques are often used by data analysts for exploring multivariate datasets, but the task of selecting the best technique for the job is not trivial, as there are many candidates and the reasons for picking one over another are usually unclear. On the other hand, researchers developing new techniques can have a hard time comparing their new technique to existing ones and sharing their code in a way that makes it readily available for the public. In this paper, we try to address those issues systematically by analyzing recent surveys in the area, identifying the methods and tools used, and discussing challenges, limitations, and ideas for further work.
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@inproceedings{
10.2312:visgap.20201105
, booktitle = {
VisGap - The Gap between Visualization Research and Visualization Software
}, editor = {
Gillmann, Christina and Krone, Michael and Reina, Guido and Wischgoll, Thomas
}, title = {{
Selecting and Sharing Multidimensional Projection Algorithms: A Practical View
}}, author = {
Espadoto, Mateus
 and
Vernier, Eduardo Faccin
 and
Telea, Alexandru C.
}, year = {
2020
}, publisher = {
The Eurographics Association
}, ISBN = {
978-3-03868-125-0
}, DOI = {
10.2312/visgap.20201105
} }
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