Tag Archives: Data Visualization

In a dataset, for k set of variables/columns (X1, X2, ….Xk), the scatter plot matrix plot all the pairwise scatter between different variables in the… Read More
A lag plot is a special type of scatter plot in which the X-axis represents the dataset with some time units behind or ahead as… Read More
The probability plot is a way of visually comparing the data coming from different distributions. These data can be of empirical dataset or theoretical dataset.… Read More
IIR stands for Infinite Impulse Response, It is one of the striking characteristics of many linear-time invariant systems that are characterized from having an impulse… Read More
Histogram: Histograms are like bar charts that display the frequency (count) of the data using bins. Below is an example of a Histogram plot [Fig… Read More
Complex Demodulation Phase Plot In the frequency analysis of time series models, a common model is a sinusoidal wave: where, ∝ is the amplitude, phi… Read More
A contour plot is a graphical method to visualize the 3-D surface by plotting constant Z slices called contours in a 2-D format. The contour… Read More
Dex mean plot is used to analyzing the data from the respective set of factors that contains two or more than two levels. The plot… Read More
The scatter plot is used to determine whether two variables have some correlation with each other. This plot uses dots to represent different data points… Read More
A block plot is similar to a box plot, showing the importance of a particular factor in the data. [As shown in Fig 1] Just… Read More
Box Plot: It is a type of chart that depicts a group of numerical data through their quartiles. It is a simple way to visualize… Read More
The quantile-quantile plot is a graphical method for determining whether two samples of data came from the same population or not. A q-q plot is… Read More
Suppose you have data and you need to demonstrate the different trends in that data to other people. What’s the best method of doing so?… Read More
Would you prefer to view large data tables and then make sense of that data or view a data visualization that represents that data in… Read More
IIR stands for Infinite Impulse Response, It is one of the striking features of many linear-time invariant systems that are distinguished by having an impulse… Read More