# Computational Statistics

Computational Statistics > 1999 > 14 > 1 > 91-108

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**ParallAX**is a new user-friendly tool for visualizing and analyzing multivariate data using the parallel coordinates methodology. Complex queries are formed as logical combinations of a small number of

*atomic queries. Pre-processing*facilities like

*banding, outlier-pruning, constrained permutations selection, wrapping*and others are included. These and some more features are the basis towards...

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*b*, Becker,...

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Computational Statistics > 1999 > 14 > 1 > 109-146

Computational Statistics > 1999 > 14 > 2 > 161-169

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*α*

_{i})

_{1≤i≤N}and have to be less than or equal to a given

*X*value.Constraints over the cardinality of combinations can be proposed. When calculation...

Computational Statistics > 1999 > 14 > 2 > 171-187

Computational Statistics > 1999 > 14 > 2 > 277-292

*new*unknown object to one of two populations, 0 or 1, on the basis of a

*q*-dimensional vector

**x**= (

*x*

_{1}, …

*x*

_{q}), where one of the populations, for example population 0, is the prevalent class. Assignment rules are developed from learning samples of known objects, that is, objects known to come from each of the two populations. Since population...

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Computational Statistics > 1999 > 14 > 3 > 443-467

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*τ*. For given marginals,

*τ*seldom reaches its theoretical upper bound, 1. It seems therefore reasonable to determine the maximum value the index can assume in a class of contingency tables with given marginals...