Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis"

Hermann T, Ritter H (1999)
Bielefeld University.

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Sonification is the use of non-speech audio to convey information. We are developing tools for interactive data exploration, which make use of sonification for data presentation. In this paper, model-based sonification is presented as a concept to design auditory displays. Two designs are described: (1) particle trajectories in a data potential is a sonification model to reveal information about the clustering of vectorial data and (2)data-sonograms is a sonification for data from a classification problem to reveal information about the mixing of distinct classes. Sound Examples 2+3 with Model II Data-Sonograms: These examples present Data-Sonograms of the iris data set. Iris_nm is a sonogram where the shock wave starts at the mean of all instances of class n. The local entropy S is computed using instances of class n and m. Thus the class border between class n and m is sonified.
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This Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis" is made available under the Open Database License: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl/1.0. Any rights in individual contents of the database are licensed under the Database Contents License: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/dbcl/1.0/
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Hermann T, Ritter H. Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis". Bielefeld University; 1999.
Hermann, T., & Ritter, H. (1999). Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis". Bielefeld University.
Hermann, T., and Ritter, H. (1999). Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis". Bielefeld University.
Hermann, T., & Ritter, H., 1999. Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis", Bielefeld University.
T. Hermann and H. Ritter, Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis", Bielefeld University, 1999.
Hermann, T., Ritter, H.: Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis". Bielefeld University (1999).
Hermann, Thomas, and Ritter, Helge. Supplementary Material for "Listen to your Data: Model-Based-Sonification for Data-Analysis". Bielefeld University, 1999.
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Model I: Particle Trajectories in a Data Potential.
Data set with 1 cluster.
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Model II: Data-Sonograms with Iris_32.
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Model II: Data-Sonograms with Iris_12.
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Model I: Particle Trajectories in a Data Potential.
Data set with 3 clusters.
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Listen to your Data: Model-Based Sonification for Data Analysis
Hermann T, Ritter H (1999)
In: Advances in intelligent computing and multimedia systems. Lasker GE, Syed MR (Eds);Windsor, Ontario: Int. Inst. for Advanced Studies in System research and cybernetics: 189-194.
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