JSM Activity #142

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Activity ID:  142
* ! Graphical Methods for Categorical Data
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
Room: H-Beekman Parlor
ENAR, Section on Statistical Graphics* Topic Contributed
Organizer: Heike Hofmann, Iowa State University
Chair: Michael Friendly, York University
Floor Discussion 3:20 PM

Categorical Data appear in all areas of data analysis and analytic approaches are reasonably well developed. Data as well as results are usually presented in the form of tables. This, in most application areas, is just not enough. Graphical methods for categorical variables have been vastly improved during the last few years. Speakers from very different areas---Biostatistics, Spatial Statistics and Data Mining---will present data and discuss their methods to "look at" the data.
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