### Some articles on *data, dimensional, dimensional data*:

Multidimensional Analysis

... and related fields, multidimensional analysis is a

... and related fields, multidimensional analysis is a

**data**analysis process that groups**data**into two or more categories**data**dimensions and measurements ... For example, a**data**set consisting of the number of wins for a single football team at each of several years is a single-**dimensional**(in this case, longitudinal)**data**set ... A**data**set consisting of the number of wins for several football teams in a single year is also a single-**dimensional**(in this case, cross-sectional)**data**set ...Measures of Central Tendency

... The following may be applied to one-

... The following may be applied to one-

**dimensional data**, after transformation, although some of these involve their own implicit transformation of the**data**... the sum of all measurements divided by the number of observations in the**data**set Median – the middle value that separates the higher half from the lower half ... Truncated mean – the arithmetic mean of**data**values after a certain number or proportion of the highest and lowest**data**values have been discarded ...Curse Of Dimensionality - The "curse of Dimensionality" As Open Problem

... used as a blanket excuse for not dealing with high-

... used as a blanket excuse for not dealing with high-

**dimensional data**... the notion of intrinsic dimension refers to the fact that any low-**dimensional data**space can trivially be turned into a higher**dimensional**space by ... or randomized dimensions, and in turn many high-**dimensional data**sets can be reduced to lower**dimensional data**without significant information loss ...### Famous quotes containing the words data and/or dimensional:

“This city is neither a jungle nor the moon.... In long shot: a cosmic smudge, a conglomerate of bleeding energies. Close up, it is a fairly legible printed circuit, a transistorized labyrinth of beastly tracks, a *data* bank for asthmatic voice-prints.”

—Susan Sontag (b. 1933)

“I don’t see black people as victims even though we are exploited. Victims are flat, one- *dimensional* characters, someone rolled over by a steamroller so you have a cardboard person. We are far more resilient and more rounded than that. I will go on showing there’s more to us than our being victimized. Victims are dead.”

—Kristin Hunter (b. 1931)