MANET is for exploring data, whether raw data, transformed data or model residuals. MANET provides a range of graphical tools specially designed for studying multivariate features. Anyone involved in analysing data will find MANET useful for gaining insights into the structure and relationships of their data sets.

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  1. Ward, Matthew; Xie, Zaixian; Yang, Di; Rundensteiner, Elke: Quality-aware visual data analysis (2011)
  2. Hobbs, J.; Wickham, H.; Hofmann, H.; Cook, D.: Glaciers melt as mountains warm: a graphical case study (2010)
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  4. Wickham, Hadley; Lawrence, Michael; Cook, Dianne; Buja, Andreas; Hofmann, Heike; Swayne, Deborah F.: The plumbing of interactive graphics (2009)
  5. Nakano, Junji; Yamamoto, Yoshikazu; Honda, Keisuke: Programming statistical data visualization in the Java language (2008)
  6. Cook, Dianne; Swayne, Deborah F.: Interactive and dynamic graphics for data analysis. With R and GGobi. With contributions by Andreas Buja, Duncan Temple Lang, Heike Hofmann, Hadley Wickham, and Michael Lawrence. (2007)
  7. Young, Forrest W.; Valero-Mora, Pedro M.; Friendly, Michael: Visual statistics: seeing data with dynamic interactive graphics. (2006)
  8. Carr, Daniel B.; Sung, Myong-Hee: Graphs for representing statistics indexed by nucleotide or amino acid sequences (2004)
  9. Huh, Moon Yul: Line mosaic plot: algorithm and implementation (2004)
  10. Dykes, J.A.; Mountain, D.M.: Seeking structure in records of spatio-temporal behaviour: Visualization issues, efforts and applications (2003)
  11. Unwin, Antony; Volinsky, Chris; Winkler, Sylvia: Parallel coordinates for exploratory modelling analysis (2003)
  12. Unwin, Antony: If you can’t see the pattern, is it there? (2002)
  13. Unwin, Antony; Hofmann, Heike; Bernt, Klaus: The TwoKey plot for multiple association rules control (2001)
  14. Hofmann, Heike: Exploring categorical data: Interactive mosaic plots (2000)
  15. Theus, Martin: Analysing storm data using highly interactive tools (1999)
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