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Multidimensional Scatter Plot Demo (Video)

If anyone is interested in Data Visualization using the HoloLens, I created a simple scatter plot demo!


The program pulls data from a csv file and outputs it as a 5-dimensional scatter plot. Data variables are encoded as XYZ coordinates, shape, and colour.

Dataset info:
The X axis represents immigration opinion, coded from 1-5 with high values favoring a more restrictive immigration policy.
The Y axis represents weekly wage, with higher values indicating a higher wage.
The Z axis represents party affiliation, coded from 1-7 with 1 being a strong democrat and 7 being a strong republican.
Colour represents ideology, with lighter colours representing more liberal views and darker colours representing conservative views.
Gender is encoded as shape, with squares representing males and spheres representing females.

The dataset can be found here, it is titled "immi1": http://www-eio.upc.edu/~pau/cms/rdata/datasets.html


  • Hi @Nax, just curious... why are you mapping US party affiliation data on Canadian provinces? :)

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  • @HoloSheep Haha good question ;) I just used it as placeholder data. My actual work involves Canadian geographic data!
  • Looking good! Did you publish it on github somewhere? I saw in another post that you were planning to do that soon (and the post was 2 months ago). :smile:

  • Great concept.... I think you are on to something here... Now, finish this and sell it to Tableau.... Then Tableau will come to life... I had thought of this a while back.... You are on it... Very cool...

  • Can we see your code ?

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