hierarchicalSets: Set Data Visualization Using Hierarchies

Pure set data visualization approaches are often limited in scalability due to the combinatorial explosion of distinct set families as the number of sets under investigation increases. hierarchicalSets applies a set centric hierarchical clustering of the sets under investigation and uses this hierarchy as a basis for a range of scalable visual representations. hierarchicalSets is especially well suited for collections of sets that describe comparable comparable entities as it relies on the sets to have a meaningful relational structure.

Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("hierarchicalSets")
AuthorThomas Lin Pedersen
Date of publication2016-04-12 17:01:37
MaintainerThomas Lin Pedersen <thomasp85@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.0.2

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Functions

cluster_members Man page
cluster_members.HierarchicalSet Man page
clusters Man page
clusters.HierarchicalSet Man page
cluster_sizes Man page
cluster_sizes.HierarchicalSet Man page
create_hierarchy Man page
element_names Man page
element_names.HierarchicalSet Man page
format_sets Man page
HierarchicalSet Man page
[.HierarchicalSet Man page
[[.HierarchicalSet Man page
HierarchicalSet-getters Man page
hierarchicalSets Man page
hierarchicalSets-package Man page
length.HierarchicalSet Man page
n_clusters Man page
n_clusters.HierarchicalSet Man page
n_elements Man page
n_elements.HierarchicalSet Man page
n_sets Man page
n_sets.HierarchicalSet Man page
outlier_hierarchy Man page
outlying_elements Man page
plot.HierarchicalSet Man page
plot_outlier_distribution Man page
power_trans Man page
print.HierarchicalSet Man page
set_membership Man page
set_membership.HierarchicalSet Man page
set_names Man page
set_names.HierarchicalSet Man page
sets Man page
sets.HierarchicalSet Man page
twitter Man page

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