GrandTour_English: Animation technique Grand Tour.

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

Description

Performs the exploration of the data through the technique of animation Grand Tour.

Usage

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GrandTour(data, method = "Interpolation", title = NA, xlabel = NA, 
          ylabel = NA, size = 1.1, grid = TRUE, color = TRUE, linlab = NA, 
          class = NA, classcolor = NA, posleg = 2, boxleg = TRUE,  
          axesvar = TRUE, axes = TRUE, numrot = 200, choicerot = NA, 
          savptc = FALSE, width = 3236, height = 2000, res = 300)

Arguments

data

Numerical data set.

method

Method used for rotations:
"Interpolation" - Interpolation method (default),
"Torus" - Torus method,
"Pseudo" - Pseudo Grand Tour method.

title

Titles of the graphics, if not set, assumes the default text.

xlabel

Names the X axis, if not set, assumes the default text.

ylabel

Names the Y axis, if not set, assumes the default text.

size

Size of the points in the graphs.

grid

Put grid on graphs (default = TRUE).

color

Colored graphics (default = TRUE).

linlab

Vector with the labels for the observations.

class

Vector with names of data classes.

classcolor

Vector with the colors of the classes.

posleg

0 with no caption,
1 for caption in the left upper corner,
2 for caption in the right upper corner (default),
3 for caption in the right lower corner,
4 for caption in the left lower corner.

boxleg

Puts the frame in the caption (default = TRUE).

axesvar

Puts axes of rotation of the variables (default = TRUE).

axes

Plots the X and Y axes (default = TRUE).

numrot

Number of rotations (default = 200). If method = "Interpolation", numrot represents the angle of rotation.

choicerot

Choose specific rotation and display on the screen, or save the image if savptc = TRUE.

savptc

Saves graphics images to files (default = FALSE).

width

Graphics images width when savptc = TRUE (defaul = 3236).

height

Graphics images height when savptc = TRUE (default = 2000).

res

Nominal resolution in ppi of the graphics images when savptc = TRUE (default = 300).

Value

Graphs with rotations.

proj.data

Projected data.

vector.opt

Vector projection.

method

method used on Grand Tour.

Author(s)

Paulo Cesar Ossani

Marcelo Angelo Cirillo

References

ASIMOV, D. The Grand Tour: A Tool for Viewing Multidimensional data. SIAM Journal of Scientific and Statistical Computing, 6(1), 128-143, 1985.

ASIMOV, D.; BUJA, A. The grand tour via geodesic interpolation of 2-frames. in Visual data Exploration and Analysis. Symposium on Electronic Imaging Science and Technology, IS&T/SPIE. 1994.

BUJA, A. ; ASIMOV, D. Grand tour methods: An outline. Computer Science and Statistics, 17:63-67. 1986.

BUJA, A.; COOK, D.; ASIMOV, D.; HURLEY, C. Computational methods for High-Dimensional Rotations in data Visualization, in C. R. Rao, E. J. Wegman & J. L. Solka, eds, "Handbook of Statistics: data Mining and Visualization", Elsevier/North Holland, http://www.elsevier.com, pp. 391-413. 2005.

HURLEY, C.; BUJA, A. Analyzing high-dimensional data with motion graphics, SIAM Journal of Scientific and Statistical Computing, 11 (6), 1193-1211. 1990.

MARTINEZ, W. L., MARTINEZ, A. R., SOLKA, J.; Exploratory data Analysis with MATLAB, 2th. ed. New York: Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2010. 499 p.

YOUNG, F. W.; RHEINGANS P. Visualizing structure in high-dimensional multivariate data, IBM Journal of Research and Development, 35:97-107, 1991.

YOUNG, F. W.; FALDOWSKI R. A.; McFARLANE M. M. Multivariate statistical visualization, in Handbook of Statistics, Vol 9, C. R. Rao (ed.), The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Publishers, 959-998, 1993.

Examples

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data(iris) # database

res <- GrandTour(iris[,1:4], method = "Torus", title = NA, xlabel = NA, ylabel = NA,
                 color = TRUE, linlab = NA, class = NA, posleg = 2, boxleg = TRUE, 
                 axesvar = TRUE, axes = FALSE, numrot = 10, choicerot = NA,
                 savptc = FALSE, width = 3236, height = 2000, res = 300)

print("Projected data:"); res$proj.data
print("Projection vectors:"); res$vector.opt
print("Grand Tour projection method:"); res$method

        
res <- GrandTour(iris[,1:4], method = "Interpolation", title = NA, xlabel = NA, ylabel = NA,
                 color = TRUE, linlab = NA, posleg = 2, boxleg = FALSE, axesvar = FALSE, 
                 axes = FALSE, numrot = 10, choicerot = NA, class = iris[,5],
                 classcolor = c("goldenrod3","gray53","red"),savptc = FALSE, 
                 width = 3236, height = 2000, res = 300)
         
print("Projected data:"); res$proj.data
print("Projection vectors:"); res$vector.opt
print("Grand Tour projection method:"); res$method

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