Professor Dianne CookEconometrics and Business Statistics Monash University
- Interests: my research is in data visualization, exploratory data analysis, multivariate methods, data mining and statistical computing. I have developed methods for visualising high-dimensional data using tours, projection pursuit, manual controls for tours, pipelines for interactive graphics, a grammar of graphics for biological data, and visualizing boundaries in high-d classifiers. I have experimented with visualizing data in virtual environments, participated in producing software including xgobi, ggobi, cranvas and several R packages. My current work is focusing on bridging the gap between statistical inference and exploratory graphics.
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