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BIME : PARALLEL SET
Turning a Data Table into a Tree
Parallel sets are a new way to analyse categorical data such as gender, age or product category. It is particularly well suited for answering how many members of column A are also in column B?
Let’s take the example of this table that is the canonical example used for parallel sets: statistics about Titanic survivals.
And turn it into a parallel sets:
Women and children (in that order) first!!
Women and children (in that order) before!! Reading just the bars in Figure 12-2, it is easy to see that the crew was the largest class of people on the Titanic, with the third class close behind. The first class was much smaller than the third class, but was actually larger than the second class. It is also quite obvious that there was a majority of men (almost 80%) on the ship, and that only roughly one-third of all people on board survived. Ribbons connect categories that occur together, showing how often, for example, first class and female intersect, thus making it possible to tell what proportion of the passengers in first class were women.
So the parallel set is a new tool in your toolset for categorical data. As with most visualizations (except maybe the column chart) it has advantages and drawbacks. With high-cardinality columns it becomes a bit messy and it takes time to be used to how to read quickly, for instance, but on the other hand it is very interesting to use with a lot of low-cardinality columns. Extra bonus: it looks intriguing and hence increase engagement on your dashboards.
About BIME :
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