An interactive parallel coordinates technique applied to a tropical cyclone climate analysis

  • Steed C
  • Fitzpatrick P
  • Jankun-Kelly T
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Abstract

A highly interactive visual analysis system is presented that is based on an enhanced variant of parallel coordinates - a multivariate information visualization technique. The system combines many variations of previously described visual interaction techniques such as dynamic axis scaling, conjunctive visual queries, statistical indicators, and aerial perspective shading. The system capabilities are demonstrated on a hurricane climate data set. This climate study corroborates the notion that enhanced visual analysis with parallel coordinates provides a deeper understanding when used in conjunction with traditional multiple regression analysis.

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  • Climate study
  • Geovisualization
  • Hurricane
  • Multivariate information visualization
  • Parallel coordinates

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Authors

  • Chad A. Steed

  • Patrick J. Fitzpatrick

  • T. J. Jankun-Kelly

  • Amber N. Yancey

  • J. Edward Swan

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