In your face: a factorised and a modulated sine wave in up to 24 dimensions produced by my age old prototype “Visual Data Intelligence” as vertical layers under the name “Smart 3D” as a chart style.
Why does this layering result in a special kind of “smart 3D”? Let me count the ways:
- “Smart 3D” is visually different;
- its visual difference is based on ‘data inherent’ numerical qualities rather than seeks to create ‘3-D effects’ as Excel chart styles do;
- “Smart 3D” depends on unique metadata derived from data sets;
- these parameters result from deep insights into the overlap between maths and data science;
- a data set is a table of numbers which can have three kinds of origin:
- parallel time series;
- the matrix of an image;
- multidimensional measurements.
Each type of data is translated into its own version of “smart 3D”. What they have in common are ‘core transformations’ which could be called ‘digital Fourier’. Here I only show multidimensional layers.
Hello, Microsoft, might you be interested in deep insights to make “Smart 3D” happen?
You’d get some from #PrimeNumbers in #AmazingColourPatterns but they won’t help you. That site just demonstrates that I’m a “mathematical artist”. You can also categorise me as INTP (Introverted, iNtuitive, Thinking, Prospecting). That may explain why I dare to question established knowledge.