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From which world is your graph? [article]

Cheng Li, Felix Wong, Zhenming Liu, Varun Kanade
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Discovering statistical structure from links is a fundamental problem in the analysis of social networks.  ...  When the network comes from an SBM, the algorithm outputs a block structure. When it is from an SWM, the algorithm outputs estimates of each node's latent position.  ...  The total number of eliminated nodes is ≤ n/f (n).  ... 
arXiv:1711.00982v1 fatcat:hzqxh7ldmbfklnvywt57mxqwuq

Building virtual worlds with VRML

D.R. Nadeau
1999 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
The choice of which child to draw is automatically made based on the distance from the user to the group of shapes. When the user is close, the first child is drawn.  ...  Controlling how your world is viewed When you load a VRML world into a VRML browser, your 3D position in the world defaults to 10 units out along the Z-axis, looking back at the center of the world.  ... 
doi:10.1109/38.749119 fatcat:w56wqqzqqndtxawzedd7zizeyi

Visualize your data with simplicity, accuracy and beauty

Kate Bredbenner
2021 The biochemist  
Creating a compelling visual representation of your data can be challenging, but it is worth it.  ...  Your visual can get more people to read your paper and engage with you about your research.  ...  The middle is the graphed data, and the end is the conclusion that a reader draws from seeing that data.  ... 
doi:10.1042/bio_2021_170 fatcat:urrsfjtx6jh2xdnkeqyfyglclm

Gratuitous graphics? Putting preferences in perspective

Ellen Levy, Jeff Zacks, Barbara Tversky, Diane Schiano
1996 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems common ground - CHI '96  
The reverse held for 2-D graphs.  ...  Line graphs were preferred more for conveying trends than details, and more for promoting memorability than for immediate use; bar graphs showed the opposite pattern. 3-D graphs were preferred more for  ...  However, this is not the way the world is. For one thing, the world we perceive is rich, complex, and even ambiguous.  ... 
doi:10.1145/238386.238400 dblp:conf/chi/LevyZTS96 fatcat:i22rj2llqze6fpenkrknx2foti

Evaluating the Calibration of Knowledge Graph Embeddings for Trustworthy Link Prediction [article]

Tara Safavi, Danai Koutra, Edgar Meij
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Little is known about the trustworthiness of predictions made by knowledge graph embedding (KGE) models.  ...  We first conduct an evaluation under the standard closed-world assumption (CWA), in which predicted triples not already in the knowledge graph are considered false, and show that existing calibration techniques  ...  This material is partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. IIS 1845491, Army Young Investigator Award No. W911NF1810397, and an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.  ... 
arXiv:2004.01168v3 fatcat:csjkv5z6dnc2rjmif3f6wmfimy

Gapminder: Understanding Health through Interactive Statistics

P. Ravi Shankar
2015 Education in Medicine Journal  
Each country is shown by a bubble the size of which is proportional to its population. Different regions of the world are shown by different coloured bubbles.  ...  In the ensuing 210 years there has been a change in both wealth and life expectancy which is dramatically shown in the interactive graph.  ... 
doi:10.5959/eimj.v7i2.342 fatcat:mk2j4on5jzf7lp4yd7ybjlwgw4

Page 573 of The Science Teacher Vol. 26, Issue 8 [page]

1959 The Science Teacher  
Graph I is drawn from the data in Table III, and Graph II from data in Table IV.  ...  Your SCIENCE CLASSES spring into NEW LIFE Is your Science teaching geared to the vastly growing impor- tance of Science in our daily lives? Do your pupils look forward to each class in the subject?  ... 

Page 573 of The Science Teacher Vol. 26, Issue 8 [page]

1959 The Science Teacher  
Graph I is drawn from the data in Table III, and Graph II from data in Table IV.  ...  Your Gf SCIENCE CLASSES spring into NEW LIFE Is your Science teaching geared to the vastly growing impor- tance of Science in our daily lives?  ... 

Towards an Open Research Knowledge Graph

Sören Auer, Sanjeet Mann
2018 The Serials librarian  
Knowledge graphs facilitate the discovery of information by organizing it into entities and describing the relationships of those entities to each other and to established ontologies.  ...  Challenges include incentivizing researchers to participate and creating the training data needed to automate the generation of knowledge graphs in all fields of research.  ...  Knowledge graphs will not work with one or five or even a team of ten people, but only if thousands or millions of people work together, following the example of Wikidata, a knowledge graph that is built  ... 
doi:10.1080/0361526x.2019.1540272 fatcat:cgrah5u4bffkrg42vzpcq6iuri

Page 846 of School Science and Mathematics Vol. 10, Issue 9 [page]

1910 School Science and Mathematics  
“The world in which we live is a world of three dimensions. It has length breadth and thickness.  ...  Only five pages are given to the graph; and the only use made of the graph is to represent and solve simultaneous equations, which is very much like building a steam- hammer to crack nuts.  ... 

Page 314 of Photo-Era Magazine : The American Journal of Photography Vol. 48, Issue 6 [page]

1922 Photo-Era Magazine : The American Journal of Photography  
But when the first contribution is printed! The world is yours! You have broken into print! If not into type, at least into printing-ink.  ...  Although the jump from the making of photo- graphs to the writing of non-fiction is easy, you may slip at the first attempt. But hammer away and soon the nail will go in.  ... 

Insufficient Facts Always Invite Danger: Combat them with a Logical Data Model

Michael Grove
2020 Zenodo  
When you bring context to data, when you understand what it is and how it fits into your world, you create knowledge, which is the fundamental building block of a modern enterprise.  ...  Not only does a logical data model let us better represent our data, it provides us the flexibility to look at the data from a different perspective and bring more agility to how we leverage data in the  ...  Learn the basics of how to apply our graph data model to your business needs. Visit www.stardog.com/tutorials. Graph Data Model Tutorial Thanks!  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3824889 fatcat:yeomqqnn75cp3gcnkdiuf5r57e

Go Figure: Calculus Students' Use of Figures and Graphs in Technical Report Writing

Thomas Pfaff, Michael Rogers, Ali Erkan, Jason Hamilton
2011 Numeracy  
pedagogically significant factors which have historically been studied in qualitative terms.  ...  Understanding how to read and use graphs to communicate scientific and mathematical information is critical for STEM majors, as well as an important part of quantitative literacy.  ...  Discussion: This section is where you discuss the ramifications of your results and your confidence in those results. You should include a discussion of uncertainties.  ... 
doi:10.5038/1936-4660.4.1.6 fatcat:anvzzgq6kvgrpnzba7ngs5hiya

Page 71 of Engineering and Mining Journal Vol. 153, Issue 11 [page]

1952 Engineering and Mining Journal  
You still have your “compensatory readjust- ment” to make, but with the state of the world what it is today, maybe you’ll never have to make it.  ...  stat- isticians iron out the valleys and peaks in your business to tell you where you'll be 25 years from now.  ... 

Page 126 of Modern International Drama Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1967 Modern International Drama  
Poof is leading the world into an adventure which I'd never anti- cipated. NURSE: Maybe we were too enthusiastic. And now we can’t do anything to com- bat Poof. GENTLEMAN: He’s invading the world.  ...  Are there flowers at your win- dow? Is there a cage full of little birds? And the elevated, the radio, your lodg- ings, and your dress from a great dress- maker, and me here, continuing to strive.  ... 
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