Parallel Coordinates ... Serious and Humor : Homepage Alfred Inselberg
January 21, 2009 7:56 PM   Subscribe

I think I'm missing something here. What is this all about?
posted by solipsophistocracy at 9:01 PM on January 21, 2009

posted by turgid dahlia at 9:36 PM on January 21, 2009

The orthogonal axes of Serious and Humour delineate a zen landscape that rewards the viewer not so much through the passive act of viewing but rather through the realisation of the existence potential on an otherwise blank canvas.
posted by JustAsItSounds at 9:43 PM on January 21, 2009

No they don't.
posted by pompomtom at 9:48 PM on January 21, 2009

HvF Recursion … or was it Magic?
posted by tellurian at 11:10 PM on January 21, 2009

I neither laughed nor took this post seriously. Wait, what?
posted by iamkimiam at 11:26 PM on January 21, 2009

All I see is a blank white page.
posted by wastelands at 12:01 AM on January 22, 2009


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'nuff said?

I could view it in IE. Look at the source code for hours of entertainment and belly laughs.
posted by taz at 12:39 AM on January 22, 2009

Parallel coordinates is an interesting take on multivariate data display, but with all due respect to Inselberg, you might do better to learn about it from a different source than this webpage.
posted by demiurge at 8:04 AM on January 22, 2009

Adding to what I said above, if you're taking a serious approach to learning about parallel coordinates, I would very much recommend reading the papers by Inselberg about the subject. For a quick web-based introduction for someone with limited mathematical background, I would try Parallel Coordinates Introduction and Multivariate Analysis Using Parallel Coordinates and suggest trying this applet as a way to interact with a parallel coordinate system.
posted by demiurge at 11:59 AM on January 25, 2009

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