GGobi and Choreography

April 12, 2009
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(This article was first published on GGobi, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

You might be interested in this rather unusual use of GGobi – to explore and understand dance! Noel Cressie, Ola Ahlqvist, and Hyowon Ban from the Ohio State University have been involved in a collaborative project centred around a William Forsythe modern-dance piece called “One Flat Thing, reproduced. See their contribution, “Statistical counterpoint“, and learn more about their work.

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