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simple does it! searching "visual cluster" on Springerlink

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This was a great search!

"visual cluster"

It produced 23 results!


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plain old google

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This visualiz* "document cluster*" Google search produced 28 hits.

This may be my best google search yet.

I thought about 12 were worth exploring further, and about 8 resulted in downloaded documents/articles.


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'too late,' he cries, anxious to end the churning. 'Not another search!'

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I just want to be done. That means I should stop; but I could not help but feel that since the Visualization and Computer Graphics people aren't really talking about visualizing 'document clusters,' 'textual data clusters,' or 'text content clustering,' I decided that I might just be missing the boat.

What about "visualiz* data-mining"?


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drilling transactions on Visualizaiton and Computer Graphics for 'TexClusViz'

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I decided to drill down in one of the top IEEE publications on Visualization.

It took a while to figure out how to search just one publication. Details: The main site I have for this publication features the newest articles...but no facility for searching just this publication.


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searching acm digital library for "visualiz text cluster"

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I'm not as happy with the search utility at ACM: they don't allow * wildcard characters.

I tried "visualiz* text* cluster*" and got 0 hits.

Next I tried +visualize +visualizing "text clusters" and got 200 hits (there may have been more: ACM results page says something like "showing the best 200 results").


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visualizing ontologies

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An interesting sidebar emerged from my more specific search for text clustering visualization methods.

Search strategy: ( ((( ((( ((visualiz*)<in>metadata ) <and> ((text*)<in>metadata ) )<and> ((cluster*)<in>metadata ))<in>metadata ) <not> ((textur*)<in>metadata ) ))<in>metadata ) <and> ((ontolog*)<in>metadata ) )

Matched 4 of 1692897 documents.


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'3D Virtual Worlds' for database browsing & discovery

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Interesting application to Genomic data: IEEE Article

Does navigating through 'inaccessible' spaces help?

How about navigating through 'non' spaces that are metaphorically 'spatialized' for visual re-presentation?


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searching ieee Xplore for 'visualizing text clusters'

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Searched ( ((visualiz*)<in>metadata ) <and> ((text*)<in>metadata ) )<and> ((cluster*)<in>metadata )

My search matched 71 of 1692897 documents.

I reviewed the abstracts of the first 17 or so and found a lot of noise around volumetric modeling...Decided to remove texture* from my search...

So I Searched ( ((( ((visualiz*)<in>metadata ) <and> ((text*)<in>metadata ) )<and> ((cluster*)<in>metadata ))<in>metadata ) <not> ((texture*)<in>metadata ) )

& my search matched 43 of 1692897 documents.


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googling multivariate display

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Ying-Huey Fua. 1999. Hierarchical Parallel Coordinates

http://davis.wpi.edu/~matt/courses/parcoord/hiervis.html

Worlds within worlds: Metaphors for exploring n-dimensional virtual worlds. Proc. UIST'90, p. 76-83, 1990.

In Google Scholar


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visualizing textual clusters

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I started my search on google scholar, to identify recent articles on this topic.

"visualizing text clusters" produced 0 hits.

"visualizing clusters" produced 120 hits. (32 post 2006)

Found one great one:

Chen, K. & Liu, L. (2006). iVIBRATE: Interactive visualization-based framework for clustering large datasets. ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS), 24, 245-294.
Georgia Tech seems to put out a lot of good stuff.

Then I decided to change tracks; to see if 'text content' or document clustering comes up:


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