Multivariate Analysis User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Multivariate Analysis: Concept DefinitionMultivariate analysis is required when there are 4 or more dependent variables to be examined against an independent variable or variables. The challenge for an information visualization designer is to help someone make sense of these complex relationships. While a univariate analysis (with only a single dependent variable) is very simple to carry out – the more dependent variables that are added to a data set, the more difficult it becomes to represent these relationships in a way that is meaningful to the user.
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Information Visualization – An Introduction to Multivariate Analysis
Albert Einstein said; “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” He could easily have been talking about the challenges of creating information visualizations for multivariate analysis.Multivariate analysis takes place when you have a data set with 4 or more dependent variables which are to be examined against an inde...