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1 Travels in 3D space Data ellipsoids, biplots, and rgl movies SCS Seminar, Oct., 2008

2 Prelude Multivariate data often needs > 2D  Usually reduced to multiple 2D views Static 3D visualization often  Badly rendered  Lacks control of perspective  Lacks direct manipulation of viewpoint Dynamic 3D visualization  ggobi / rggobi – powerful dynamic graphics, but crummy rendering  rgl – beautiful rendering, good interactive control of perspective, viewpoint, etc., weak 3D “tours” Goal: Explore 3D vis & animation with rgl

3 Iris data: rgl:::plot3d() data(iris); library(rgl) col <-c("blue", "green", "red")[iris$Species] plot3d(iris, type="s", size=0.4, col=col, cex=2, box=FALSE, aspect="iso")

4 Add data ellipse cov <- cov(iris); mu <- mean(iris) plot3d( ellipse3d(cov, centre=mu, level=0.68), col="gray", alpha=0.2, add = TRUE)

5 Add PC axes source("c:/R/functions/ellipse3d.axes.R") axes <- ellipse3d.axes(cov, centre=mu, level=0.72, labels=TRUE) M1 <- par3d("userMatrix")

6 Rotate to show PC1 & PC2: Biplot view # hand rotate / zoom, then save current position M2 <- par3d("userMatrix")

7 Rotate to show PC1 & PC3 M3 <- par3d("userMatrix")

8 Rotate to show PC2 & PC3 M4 <- par3d("userMatrix")

9 Biplot movie: rotation to PC coordinates interp <-par3dinterp( userMatrix=list(M1, M2), extrapolate="constant", method="linear") movie3d(interp, duration=4, fps=8, movie="biplot3d-iris")

10 Grand tour: Interpolation thru multiple views interp3 <-par3dinterp(userMatrix=list(M1, M2, M3, M4, M3, M2, M1), extrapolate="constant", method="linear" ) movie3d(interp3, duration=6, fps=8, movie="biplot3d-iris3", dir="../anim")

11 View in PCA space: bpca package library(bpca) col <-c("blue","green","red")[iris$Species] plot(bpca(iris[-5], method='hj', lambda.end=3), rgl.use=TRUE, obj.cex=.8, obj.col=col, simple.axes=FALSE, box=TRUE) movie3d(spin3d(), movie="biplot3d-bpca“) movie3d requires ImageMagik:

12 movie3d details rgl can only write.png files. movie3d() just writes a lot of them Default: writes duration x fps.png files to the current or dir= directory  Need to figure out how time relates to angular rotation  E.g., spin3d() uses rpm=5, so need duration=12 to get 360 o Calls: convert –delay 1x{fps} movie*.png movie.gif, producing an animated.gif image.  Animated.gif can be viewed as an animation in most browsers (e.g., Firefox) and Powerpoint, but will not animate in many image viewers (IM display, …) or in.pdf files created from PPT (like this one).  Once the frames have been created, you can run convert in a DOS shell with other parameters, or create other movie formats, e.g., mpeg, pdf,... LaTeX beamer: I’ve discovered how to run movie3d.gif animations from a beamer.pdf file. The room left on this slide is too small to say how.

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