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Conditional Correlation Analysis, Sanjeev Bhatta Jan 2017

Conditional Correlation Analysis, Sanjeev Bhatta

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Correlation analysis is a frequently used statistical measure to examine the relationship among variables in different practical applications. However, the traditional correlation analysis uses an overly simplistic method to do so. It measures how two variables are related in an application by examining only their relationship in the entire underlying data space. As a result, traditional correlation analysis may miss a strong correlation between those variables especially when that relationship exists in the small subpopulation of the larger data space. This is no longer acceptable and may lose a fair share of information in this era of Big Data which ...


Browser Based Visualization For Parameter Spaces Of Big Data Using Client-Server Model, Kurtis M. Glendenning Jan 2015

Browser Based Visualization For Parameter Spaces Of Big Data Using Client-Server Model, Kurtis M. Glendenning

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Visualization is an important task in data analytics, as it allows researchers to view abstract patterns within the data instead of reading through extensive raw data. Allowing the ability to interact with the visualizations is an essential aspect since it provides the ability to intuitively explore data to find meaning and patterns more efficiently. Interactivity, however, becomes progressively more difficult as the size of the dataset increases. This project begins by leveraging existing web-based data visualization technologies and extends their functionality through the use of parallel processing. This methodology utilizes state-of-the-art techniques, such as Node.js, to split the visualization ...