i guess that means you differ with the author on how to control a very pointy data model. i don't know of anything that's even close to it. those are actually reflection based widgets with a few conventions.
02/19/2020, 10:55 AM
I can't sense a thing here.
I've done some dahsboards. But the idea of a dashboard is that it should be easy to read.
02/19/2020, 10:57 AM
trust me this is the easy-to-read part of the equation for a nars production system
so thre's this prolog engine connected to an inference engine connected to realtime input which is 5 simultaneous game clients shown in the picture, learning what the pixels do and adjusting its own tendencies to respond to action potentials.
02/19/2020, 10:59 AM
I am glad, I do not need to work with that.
02/19/2020, 11:00 AM
the point of this is to drill down infinitely into the datasets which are being rendered in realtime and updating hundreds of times epr second. maybe not everyone's thing.
i have some issue issues with the author's choice of methodologies but i have to give credit where its due. learning systems are challenging to visualize. this is actually one of the more human interprerttable machine learning mediums that isn't simply a headache full of tensor
the digital twin and physical simulation world has a vaccuum of useful visualizations for large pointy datasets. the insect-like executive summary visualizations with a table or a simple 2d plot fails a lot of domains