A slice tour for finding hollowness in high-dimensional data

10/24/2019
by   Ursula Laa, et al.
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Taking projections of high-dimensional data is a common analytical and visualisation technique in statistics for working with high-dimensional problems. Sectioning, or slicing, through high dimensions is less common, but can be useful for visualising data with concavities, or non-linear structure. It is associated with conditional distributions in statistics, and also linked brushing between plots in interactive data visualisation. This short technical note describes a simple approach for slicing in the orthogonal space of projections obtained when running a tour, thus presenting the viewer with an interpolated sequence of sliced projections. The method has been implemented in R as an extension to the tourr package, and can be used to explore for concave and non-linear structures in multivariate distributions.

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