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Using Mind Mapping automation in the visualization of Statistical Analysis done with R

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Statistical Analysis with R and Mind Mapping automation Statistical Analysis with R and Mind Mapping automation Presentation Transcript

  • Statistical Analysis with R and Mind Mapping automation Image courtesy of jscreationzs / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • Information overload in Statistical Analysis • Very powerful tools to generate statistical information (R) • Linear visualization of the information • Lots of information in numerical and graphical form • No links between information elements (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Mind Mapping automation as a possible solution • • • • • • • • • • Tree structure Grouping of related elements Links between elements Visual elements to improve display Hyperlinks Automatic generation of the Maps Easy presentation of the information Multimedia capabilities A single compressed file Free viewer (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Example • Investigating the effects of sports-related concussion • Simulated data are based on an online assessment tool called IMPACT (http://www.impacttest.com) • Example taken from Coursera Statistics 1 course Princeton University (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Caution • This is just a very simple example • Complexity can be increased to any level • This can be done manually or (preferably) using Mind Mapping automation • The system can be used by teachers, students or researchers (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Step 1 Presentation of the results (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Overview (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Description of the analysis (C) Infoseg 2013
  • “Basic” analysis (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Data Set used (impact) (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Basic information of the Data Set (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Spreadsheet containing the Data Set (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Variables used (C) Infoseg 2013
  • General description and description by condition (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Description (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Basic analysis of the Data Set (R describe) (C) Infoseg 2013
  • R describe of the “concussed” group (C) Infoseg 2013
  • R describe of the “control” group (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Histograms (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Control histograms at baseline (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Concussed histograms at baseline (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Control histograms at retest (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Concussed histograms at retest (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Density Plots (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Concussed at retest (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Control at retest (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Comparison concussed versus control (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Correlational Analysis (C) Infoseg 2013
  • By order (baseline / retest) (C) Infoseg 2013
  • By group (control / concussed) (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Questions (only 1 example) (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Scatterplots (C) Infoseg 2013
  • 3 Types (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Individual Pre-injury (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Pre-injury versus Post-injury (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Scatterplot matrix Pre-injury basic (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Scatterplot matrix Pre-injury color (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Scatterplot matrix Post-injury basic and color (C) Infoseg 2013
  • 3D scatterplots Pre-injury versus Post-injury (C) Infoseg 2013
  • R Scripts and Data (C) Infoseg 2013
  • R Script (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Data (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Full Mind Map as a PDF file Download Mind Map (Step 1) - PDF version (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Step 2 Comments added by the teacher In this case Andrew Conway Senior Lecturer Department of Psychology Princeton University (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Type 1 Comments (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Type 2 Comments (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Comments about the comments • They have to be added manually by the teacher • There are several possible types of comments • All types can be used in a Mind Map (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Conclusion (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Conclusion • Mind Mapping is a very interesting technique to use in the visualization of Statistical Analysis results • You can do it manually (In case you have a lot of free time) • It is better to do it using Mind Mapping automation  (C) Infoseg 2013
  • Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
  • Contact Information • José M. Guerrero • jm@infoseg.com • Mind Mapping automation • http://infoseg.com/mi_01_en.shtml