Mondrian

Mondrian is a general purpose statistical data visualization system. All plots in Mondrian are fully linked and offer various interactions and queries. Any case selected in a plot is highlighted in all other plots. Currently implemented plots include mosaic plot, scatter plots and SPLOM, maps, bar charts, histograms, missing value plots, parallel coordinates/boxplots, and y by x boxplots. (Source: http://freecode.com/)


References in zbMATH (referenced in 13 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Tomokazu Fujino: vdmR: Generating Web-Based Visual Data Mining Tools with R (2017) not zbMATH
  2. Xie, Yihui; Hofmann, Heike; Cheng, Xiaoyue: Reactive programming for interactive graphics (2014)
  3. Hurley, C. B.; Oldford, R. W.: Eulerian tour algorithms for data visualization and the (\mathttPairViz) package (2011)
  4. Urbanek, Simon: How to talk to strangers: ways to leverage connectivity between R, Java and Objective C (2009)
  5. Wickham, Hadley; Lawrence, Michael; Cook, Dianne; Buja, Andreas; Hofmann, Heike; Swayne, Deborah F.: The plumbing of interactive graphics (2009)
  6. Kumasaka, Natsuhiko; Shibata, Ritei: High-dimensional data visualisation: the textile plot (2008)
  7. 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)
  8. Friendly, Michael: A.-M. Guerry’s moral statistics of France: challenges for multivariable spatial analysis (2007)
  9. Fujino, Tomokazu: SVG+Ajax+R: a new framework for WebGIS (2007)
  10. David Meyer; Achim Zeileis; Kurt Hornik: The Strucplot Framework: Visualizing Multi-way Contingency Tables with vcd (2006) not zbMATH
  11. Young, Forrest W.; Valero-Mora, Pedro M.; Friendly, Michael: Visual statistics: seeing data with dynamic interactive graphics. (2006)
  12. Wilkinson, Leland: The grammar of graphics. With contributions by Graham Wills, Dan Rope, Andrew Norton, and Roger Dubbs. (2005)
  13. Martin Theus: Interactive Data Visualization using Mondrian (2002) not zbMATH