ME310 is a global design and engineering course, initiated by Stanford University. Teams from universities around the world collaborate to solve a design challenge for an industry partner. SUGAR projects are those that don't include a Stanford student team.
Given a CSV and many columns of numeric data, you can only plot 2-3 dimensions in a single chart. Say you have a table of cities with a lot of properties per city, like weather, cost to live, population density, friendliness to foreigners. How can you explore this data to decide for your next vacation trip? Or maybe you have a list of users with a lot of KPIs. Maybe there are clusters in the data? But how to find out?
Introducing star-coordinates.com. Originally described by Kandogan, star coordinates is a visualization technique that maps points from a multi-dimensional space into a 2D-projection. The projection can be explored interactively by scaling and rotating the axes, which form a star in the beginning. I couldn't find any openly available version, especially no in-browser solution. So there you go. Try it out with your own CSV-files.