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Data visualization is the study of the visual representation of data, meaning "information that has been abstracted in some schematic form, including attributes or variables for the units of information"

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Since a complex function is involved, it seems natural to use plotting functions that treat complex objects directly, without having to overtly separate them into real and imaginary parts. David Park' …
answered May 4 '13 by murray
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Is this the sort of picture you're trying to create? If so, by using David Park's Presentations add-on, you may create it from: With[{r = 1/2, f = 1/# &}, circ = ComplexCurve[r Exp[I \[Theta]], …
answered Mar 9 '16 by murray
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One classic way to depict the effect of a plane linear transformation is to see what it does to a stylized drawing of a cat's face. First, a utility to transform points and a function to reflect acr …
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Answers at How to visualize a 4-dimensional parametric surface? give functions for producing images of 3D projections of 4D embeddings of the Klein bottle. Is there a way to get such a 3D projection …
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What are some good ways, using ParametricPlot3D or otherwise, to visualize a surface (taking 2 real parameters) embedded in a 4-dimensional space? Specifically, the question concerns the embedding of …
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