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1999
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Knowledge-Based Visualization to Support Spatial Data Mining

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Knowledge-Based Visualization to Support Spatial Data Mining
Data mining methods are designed for revealing significant relationships and regularities in data collections. Regarding spatially referenced data, analysis by means of data mining can be aptly complemented by visual exploration of the data presented on maps as well as by cartographic visualization of results of data mining procedures. We propose an integrated environment for exploratory analysis of spatial data that equips an analyst with a variety of data mining tools and provides the service of automated mapping of source data and data mining results. The environment is built on the basis of two existing systems, Kepler for data mining and Descartes for automated knowledge-based visualization. It is important that the open architecture of Kepler allows to incorporate new data mining tools, and the knowledge-based architecture of Descartes allows to automatically select appropriate presentation methods according to characteristics of data mining results. The paper presents example s...
Gennady L. Andrienko, Natalia V. Andrienko
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where IDA
Authors Gennady L. Andrienko, Natalia V. Andrienko
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