Desktop Survival Guide
by Graham Williams
We have only really scratched the surface of using GGobi here. There is a lot more functionality available, and whilst the functionality that is likely to be useful for the data miner has been touched on, there is a lot more to explore. So do explore the other features of GGobi as some will surely be useful for new tasks.
A very good overview of using GGobi for visual data mining is presented by (). An overview is provided by ().
A full suite of documentation for GGobi is available from the GGobi web site at http://www.ggobi.org/, including a tutorial introduction and a complete book. These provide a much more complete treatise of the application.