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Rahul C. Basole, Professor, Director, Georgia Institute of Technology, Stanford University, Tennenbaum Institute, College of Computing, School of Interactive Computing, PhD, Visualization, Analytics, Ecosystem
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About This Project

Exploring event sequences by defining queries alone or by using mining algorithms alone is often not sufficient to support analysis. Analysts often interweave querying and mining in a recursive manner during event sequence analysis: sequences extracted as query results are used for mining patterns, patterns generated are incorporated into a new query for segmenting the sequences, and the resulting segments are mined or queried again. To support flexible analysis, we propose a framework that describes the process of interwoven querying and mining. Based on this framework, we developed MAQUI, a Mining And Querying User Interface that enables recursive event sequence exploration. Our case studies with marketing analysts and a health informatics professional showed the efficacy of MAQUI.

Related Publications

MAQUI: Interweaving Queries and Pattern Mining for Recursive Event Sequence Exploration
PM Law, Z Liu, S Malik, and RC Basole
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 25 (1), xxxx-xxxx


September 03, 2018

Analytics, Healthcare, Research, Visualization