This visualization is a combination of a world map marked with AMOS cameras and a Parallel Coordinate plot. A parallel coordinates plot makes it easy to visualize high-dimensional data. Each dimension is laid out in parallel and each data point is plotted as a line through these parallel axes. In the above plot we are visualizing geo-located AMOS cameras using their camera ID, latitude, longitude, number of images captured, years of data captured, and days since the camera has captured an image as our dimensions.
This plot is interactive. You can reorder the axes by clicking and dragging. You can click and drag to select a specific range of an axis to show only cameras whose value in that dimension is within the range. This is called Brushing. Once you have selected a subset of cameras that you are interested in, you can click the "Browse selected cameras" button that appears to investigate the cameras on our Browse page.
HOW TO USE THIS VISUALIZATION: You may interact with the Parallel Coordinates Plot to display select data on the Map. The text search bar can search our camera database by the cameras tag, title, url, or all 3 depending on which button you select. You may then choose to include or exclude the results of that search. You may also brush the plot to select a range of cameras on an axis of interest (or several) and then choose to include or exclude your selection. The clear search button will bring back all the data you have excluded so far.