By Schaubel D.E., Cai J.
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The oldest method developed was Andrews curves, where √ the curves are generated by a Fourier decomposition of the variables xt = x1 / 2 + x2 sin t + x3 cos t + x4 sin 2t + . . − π < t < π There is a close connection between Andrews curves and motion√graphics such as the tour (discussed later). If we fix t, then the coefficients (1/ 2, sin t, cos t, . 2. Plot Types 31 effectively define a projection vector. So we have a continuous time sequence of 1-D projections. In an Andrews curve plot the horizontal axis is used to display time, and the vertical axis shows the projected data value, and the sequence of projections of each case is shown as a curve.
When there are very few cases with the same data value (< 3) the points are placed at constrained locations, and when there are more than three cases with the same value the points are randomly spread. This approach minimizes artifacts due purely to the jitter. 2 is due to Scott (1992). In this method, several histograms are calculated using the same bin width but different origins, and the averaged bin counts at each data point are plotted. His algorithm has two key parameters: the number of bins, which controls the bin width, and the number of histograms to be computed.