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Time-series Visualization with the Matrix Profile and Multidimensional Scaling.

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TimeSeriesVisualization

Visualization of Time-Series with the Matrix Profile and Multidimensional Scaling - a Python Implementation.

Introduction

Multidimensional scaling is an algorithm that projects a set of objects represented by their distance matrix into a lesser dimensional space, such that the pairwise distance is preserved as much as possible. If we project onto a 1-dimensional or a 2-dimensional space, we can even plot the resultant projections, and visually understand the similarity between these objects.
At a first glance, this seems applicable to time-series as well, where we want to capture similar regions across the entire time-series.
However, since we do not know apriori where our regions of interest are, we can simply select all subsequences of a given length from the original time-series.
Let's try this out!

References

Matrix Profile III: The Matrix Profile Allows Visualization of Salient Subsequences in Massive Time Series.
Chin-Chia Michael Yeh, Helga Van Herle, and Eamonn Keogh. IEEE ICDM 2016.

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