Plots of high dimensional data

  • Andrews D
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Abstract

A method of plotting data of more than two dimensions is proposed. Each data point, x = (x1, ... , xk), is mapped into a function of the form

fx(t) = x1/sqrt(2) + x2 sin t + x3 cos t + x4 sin 2t + x5 cos 2t + ...

and the function is plotted on the range -pi < t < pi. Some statistical properties of the method are explored. The application of the method is illustrated with an example from anthropology.

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