ArchMiner An exploratory data analysis tool for the Center for the Built Environment Stephanie Hornung Leah Zagreus Masters Candidates 2003 What is CBE? Center for the Built Environment (CBE) Research group in the College of Environmental Design
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An exploratory data analysis tool for the Center for the Built Environment
Masters Candidates 2003
It’s cold at my desk, I think there’s a draft
There’s a terrible glare on my screen in the afternoon
Everyone can hear what I say on the phone, and sometimes its personal
The air would be so much better if we could open a window!
Process is inefficient and very time consuming!
A fast, simple way to explore relationships in the survey data without having to manually create each chart or table — fill gap between viewing survey results and doing statistical analysis
“Easy to use”
“Yahoo! When can I use it?”
“Everything is where I expect it to be”
213 teammates Myra Liu and Anita Wilhelm