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Example 9.2: Transparency and bivariate KDE

July 11, 2011
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Example 9.2:  Transparency and bivariate KDE

In Example 9.1, we showed a binning approach to plotting bivariate relationships in a large data set. Here we show more sophisticated approaches: transparent overplotting and formal two-dimensional kernel density estimation. We use the 10,000 simulat...
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Example 9.2: Transparency and bivariate KDE

July 11, 2011
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Example 9.2:  Transparency and bivariate KDE

In Example 9.1, we showed a binning approach to plotting bivariate relationships in a large data set. Here we show more sophisticated approaches: transparent overplotting and formal two-dimensional kernel density estimation. We use the 10,000 simulat...
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Example 9.2: Transparency and bivariate KDE

July 11, 2011
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Example 9.2:  Transparency and bivariate KDE

In Example 9.1, we showed a binning approach to plotting bivariate relationships in a large data set. Here we show more sophisticated approaches: transparent overplotting and formal two-dimensional kernel density estimation. We use the 10,000 simulat...
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