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A chart for general and complicated data visualization
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M Siluvairajah
data visualization, chart, graph, manostick
Massive datasets arise naturally as a result of automated monitoring and transaction archival. Military intelligence data, stock trades, retail purchases, medical and scientific observations, weather monitoring, spacecraft sensor data and censors data are all examples of data streams continuously logged and stored in extremely large volumes, which create the need for innovative data visualization solutions. Although, there are many on-going researches and developments on this field recently, there are only few solutions to visualize information for general public. In this paper, I explore different methods to use ManoStick chart to visualize information.
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[4] M Siluvairajah, ManoStick: An Ariel View of the Stock Market, 2009, pp.84-91 ISBN 978-0956395603

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