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A Tribute to J. Bertin's Graphical Data Analysis

Günther Sawitzki, Antoine de. Falguerolles, Felix Friedrich

Presented at SoftStat '97: the 9th Conference on the Scientific Use of Statistical Software, March 3-6, 1997, Heidelberg.


Abstract:

Among the rich material on graphical presentation of information in "La Graphique et le Traitement Graphique de l'Information" (1977), engl. "Graphics and Graphic Information Processing" (1981), Jaques Bertin discusses the presentation of data matrices, with a particular view to seriation. "A Tribute to J. Bertin's Graphical Data Analysis", presented at the SoftStat Conference '97, gives an appraisal of this aspect of Bertin's work.

Bertin's approach has been implemented in the Voyager system for data analysis. This is a video of the SoftStat '97 presentation using Voyager. Video recorded in Feb. 2014.

Keywords and phrases:

Bertin matrix, interactive data analysis, visualisation, serialisation.

References:

J. Bertin: La Graphique et le Traitement Graphique de l'Information. Flammerion, Paris (1977)

J. Bertin: Graphics and Graphic Information Processing. De Gruyter, Berlin(1981)

A. de Falguerolles; F. Friedrich, G. Sawitzki: A Tribute to J. Bertin's Graphical Data Analysis. In: W. Bandilla, F. Faulbaum (eds.) Advances in Statistical Software 6. Lucius&Lucius Stuttgart 1997 ISBN 3-8282-0032-X pp. 11 - 20.

G. Sawitzki: Extensible Statistical Software: On a Voyage to Oberon. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics Vol. 5 No 3 (1996)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10618600.1996.10474711

Project home page: <http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/projects/bertin/>

Author's home page: <http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/users/gs/>

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Date Deposited:17 Apr 2014 10:42
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cDNA Microarrays for Gene Expression Analysis

Günther Sawitzki, Wolfgang Huber, Holger Sültmann

Abstract:

An overview of the production process of cDNA microarrays on glass chips for gene expression analysis.

Keywords and phrases:

micro array, cDNA, genomics, Gene expression, Bioinformatics, Glass coating and surface modification, DNA, Microtechnology, Molecular biology techniques, Microarrays

References:

Wolfgang Huber, Anja von Heydebreck, and Martin Vingron: Analysis of microarray gene expression data. In Martin Bishop et al., editorS, Handbook of Statistical Genetics. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK, 2003.

Author's home page: <http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/users/gs/>

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61 Medicine & health
615 Pharmacology and therapeutics
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Duration:00:07:42
Date:2001
Date Deposited:28 Jun 2002 13:55
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Integrated Documents

Günther Sawitzki
Presented at the 52nd session of the International Statistical Institute (ISI), Helsinki, August 10 to August 18 1999.

Abstract:

An introduction to integrated documents in statistics. Integrated documents allow a seamless integration of interactive statistics and data analysis components in 'life' documents while keeping the full computational power needed for simulation or resampling.

Keywords and phrases:

integrated documents, reproducible research, interactive data analysis.

References:

[components_1999]  Software Components and Document Integration for Statistical Computing
in: Proceedings ISI Helsinki 1999 (52nd session). Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, Tome LVIII, Book 2, pp. 117-120. (Invited Paper Section).
[voyager_1996]  Extensible Statistical Software: On a Voyage to Oberon.
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics Vol. 5 No 3 (1996) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10618600.1996.10474711
[extensible_1996]  New Directions in Programming Environments: Extensible Software.
in: New Directions in Programming Environments: Extensible Software. in: L. Billard, N. I.Fisher (eds.) Computing Science and Statistics. Interface '96. Proceedings of the 28th Symposium on the Interface. The Interface Foundation of North America, Inc., Fairfax Station, VA 22039-7460.1997, ISBN 1-886658-02-1 pp. 317 - 325.
[onedim_1994]  Diagnostic Plots for One-Dimensional Data.
Computational Statistics. Papers collected on the Occasion of the 25 th Conference on Statistical Computing at Schloss Reisensburg. (Edited by P.Dirschedl & R.Ostermann for the Working Groups ... ... ) Heidelberg, Physica, 1994, ISBN 3-7908-0813-x, p. 237-258.
[ausbildung_1998]  Komponenten in der Statistik-Ausbildung
Heidelberg 1998.
[documents_2002]  Keeping Statistics Alive in Documents
Computational Statistics 17 (2002), 65–88. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s001800200091

Project home page:
<http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/projects/onedim/>
<http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/projects/voyager/>

Author's home page: <http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/users/gs/>

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Date Deposited:05 Jun 2000 13:55
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The NetWork Project:Asynchronous Distributed Computing

Günther Sawitzki
Recorded at Open House "Accelerating Innovation", Apple Advanced Technology Group, Cupertino 1990.

Abstract:

NetWork is an experiment in distributed computing. The idea is to make use of idle time on personal workstations while retaining their advantages of immediate and guarantied availability. NetWork wants to make use of otherwise idle resources only. The performance criterion of NetWork is the net work done per unit time - not computing time or other measures of resource utilization. The NetWork model provides corresponding programming primitives for distributed computing. An implementation of a distributed asynchronous neural net serves as test application.

Keywords and phrases:

asynchronous distributed computing, non-guarantied environment, cloud computing

References:

[network_1992] G. Sawitzki The NetWork Project: Asynchronous Distributed Computing on Personal Workstations.
develop 11 (Aug. 1992), p. 82-105.

Project home page: <http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/projects/NetWork/>

Author's home page: <http://www.statlab.uni-heidelberg.de/users/gs/>

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Duration:00:04:42
Date:1990
Date Deposited:05 Jun 2000 13:55
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