#ProveMeWrong #Smart3D brings Perspective to Excel Chart Styles

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:

  1. “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;
  2. “Smart 3D” depends on unique metadata derived from data sets;
    • these parameters result from deep insights into the overlap between maths and data science;
  3. 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.

Excel

12 Factorised Sine Waves in Chart Style “Line”
12 Factorised Sine Waves in Chart Style
“3-D Stacked Columns”
Chart Style “Line”
Chart Style “3-D Stacked Columns”

Smart 3D”

When individual rows or columns become layers
12 Layers of Modulated Sine Waves
24 Layers of Modulated Sine Waves

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.

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is now a solution to the Prime Number problem: https://primenumbers.store/
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