Show simple item record Grobe, David M. 2012-10-11T20:26:22Z 2012-10-11T20:26:22Z 9/24/2012
dc.description Presented at the Hubbub 2012 Annual Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, September 24, 2012. en
dc.description.abstract Several components developed as part of the cceHUB database project (namely com_dataview and com_form) were used to PROTOTYPE a new component supporting basic data exploration functions: the creation and display of frequency charts/tables, cross-tabulations, simple regressions, and correlation matrices. These functions access individual tables already uploaded to databases accessible from the Hub; there is no provision at this time for uploading data that can then be explored, although tools for doing so have also been built using com_form, and could in principle serve that function. This presentation aims to identify interest among conference attendees to justify further development of the PROTOTYPE, since this software is not ready for deployment at this time. en
dc.description.sponsorship HUBzero project at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN en
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dc.subject hubzero en
dc.subject databases en
dc.subject technology en
dc.subject statistics en
dc.subject data exploration en
dc.title Using the Purdue DB Technology to build simple on-demand data exploration tools en
dc.type Presentation en
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