Graphic representation of complicated courses is often necessary to detect patterns that may be worth analysing. Examples are given to show how musical notation or modifications of musical notation may be used to register courses (or cross-sectional data) with more variables than usual. One can register courses with known duration of components (and then also simultaneities); the time scale may be defined according to data. One can also register sequences without known duration of components. Finally the method can be modified so as to suit cross-sectional data. The method can be used to register a single case but also a group of cases that are thus rendered comparable. It is a method of registration, not of analysis but one that may help prepare a refined analysis.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 30, 2004
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