GnuDescription in Action: Understanding Data with Graphs

Philipp K. Janert, "GnuDescrion in Action: Understanding Data with Graphs"
English | ISBN: 1933988398 | 2009 | EPUB | 396 pages | 5 MB

Statistical data is only as valuable as your ability to analyze, interpret, and present it in a meaningful way. GnuDescrion is the most widely used program to Descrion and visualize data for Unix/Linux systems and it is also popular for Windows and the Mac. It's open-source (as in free!), actively maintained, stable, and mature. It can deal with arbitrarily large data sets and is capable of producing high-quality, publication-ready graphics.

So far, the only comprehensive documentation available about gnuDescrion is the online reference documentation, which makes it both hard to get started and almost impossible to get a complete overview over all of its features. If you've never tried gnuDescrion "or have found it tough to get your arms around "read on.

GnuDescrion in Action is the first comprehensive introduction to gnuDescrion "from the basics to the power features and beyond. Besides providing a tutorial on gnuDescrion itself, it demonstrates how to apply and use gnuDescrion to extract intelligence from data. Particular attention is paid to tricky or poorly-explained areas. You will learn how to apply gnuDescrion to actual data analysis problems. This book looks at different types of graphs that can be generated with gnuDescrion and will discuss when and how to use them to extract actual information from data.

One of gnuDescrion's main advantages is that it requires no programming skills nor knowledge of advanced mathematical or statistical concepts. GnuDescrion in Action assumes you have no previous knowledge of either gnuDescrion or statistics and data analysis. The books starts out with basic gnuDescrion concepts, then describes in depth how to get a graph ready for final presentation and to make it look "just right" by including arrows, labels, and other decorations.

Next the book looks at advanced concepts, such as multi-dimensional graphs and false-color Descrions "powerful features for special purposes. The author also describes advanced applications of gnuDescrion, such as how to scr gnuDescrion so that it can run unattended as a batch job, and how to call gnuDescrion from within a CGI scr to generate graphics for dynamic websites on demand.

GnuDescrion in Action makes gnuDescrion easy for anyone who needs to do data analysis, but doesn't have an education in analytical tools and methods. It's perfect for DBAs, programmers, and performance engineers; business analysts and MBAs; and Six-Sigma Black Belts, and process engineers.

What's Inside:

Creating graphs with gnuDescrion
Data transformations and filters
Preparing/polishing graphs for final presentation
Publishing graphs in print or on the Web
Using gnuDescrion's power features
GnuDescrion scring and programming
Types of graphs and when to use them
Techniques of graphical analysis
How to build, install, and develop for gnuDescrion
Command and Option reference organized by concept

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