An online dot plot maker, dedicated to visualize the ABC/HR test results.
Why did you create it?
There are many results of public and private listening tests on the web. However, there was once a time, the only visualization and graphs attached to the results were "dynamite plots".
In the past listening tests, their visualization efforts were used to be poor, probably because testers were exhausted after listening tests.
I created this software so that we can visualize the results in minimal time and efforts.
Now this is the standard software to visualize the ABC/HR test results.
It doesn't work. The graph is collapsed.
Use the newest graphmaker 6. It should work. (Hydrogenaudio board automatically converts tabs into multiple spaces, and it was causing problems.)
It does not work with Microsoft Internet Explorer 11.
The support for the Internet Explorer 11 has been omitted in the graphmaker 6, sorry. It won't work on Opera Mini. Firefox (81 or later) is the most recommended browser.
Is there an example input format?
% Totally fake score encoderA encoderB encoderC 5 5 4.5 2.2 3 3.6 4 3.1 3 5 4.4 4.2 2.5 1.9 1.6
opus v0.9.9 aoTuV b6.03 aoTuV b5.7 qaac tvbr %features 8 Opus Ogg Vorbis Ogg Vorbis AAC-LC 2.850 3.000 3.100 2.550 2.900 3.250 3.150 3.050 2.800 2.850 3.000 3.450 %samples 41_30sec hihats %samples finalfantasy strings %samples Atrain Jazz
opus_75k celt_75k cvbr_75k opus100k celt100k cvbr100k 3.05 3.10 2.50 3.50 3.75 3.70 3.75 2.95 2.70 4.05 3.80 4.00 2.80 2.55 3.00 3.60 3.25 4.05 %features 6 75kbps 75kbps 75kbps 100kbps 100kbps 100kbps %features 7 OPUS OPUS AAC-LC OPUS OPUS AAC-LC
% MP3 and AAC listening test. Lame-CBR192k Numa-VBR 3 4 4 5 %bitrate 192000 189012 192000 210123
% AAC 96kbps ABC/HR score qaac cvbr encaacplus nero abr 3,7 3,0 2,6 3,8 3,3 2,6 3,5 2,9 3,2 3,5 3,5 2,9 %samples Tarentella %samples Minase sanchi %samples Miles Davis %samples 58 Guitar % You can use spaces if you use tabs as split marks. % tabs and spaces can coexist.
Opus FDK-AAC exhale LAME %feature 10 --bitrate 39 -b:a 42k a -V 5 %feature 11 album:~40kbps album:~43kbps album:~40kbps album:~131kbps %y_axis Bitrates of music tracks [kbps] 46.331 43.282 55.803 159.545 56.552 43.277 42.408 113.421
Is the format compatible with ff123's FRIEDMAN?
Yes. The incompatible part is that FRIEDMAN considers both spaces and tabs as split marks, and confuses the FRIEDMAN if the encoder names include spaces. In this program, only tabs will be recognized as a split mark when both of them are used, so you can use a name with spaces safely. (like "LAME 3.99 V2")
There are two buttons. What's the difference?
"Make graph" produces slightly more accurate results at the cost of more time. Press the "Make graph" for the final outputs.
What algorithm is used to compute error bars?
CI95%, percentile bootstrap (N=10,000 for preview, N=200,000 for "Make graph", non-parametric; it doesn't assume normal distribution).
The error bars look asymmetric. Are they correct?
Yes, they can be asymmetric, as the bootstrap method is used to compute confidence intervals.
The error bars moves slightly as I change one of the settings or redraw the graph.
Yes, they move. The graph you get is not very accurate as it's a preview. Make sure you press "Make Graph" before you save the graph.
How can I save the graph?
|Version/Browser||Firefox||Chrome||IE11, 10, 9||IE8, 7, 6|
|graphmaker 6||Right click||Right click||Unsupported||Unsupported|
|graphmaker 5||Right click||Right click||Right click||PrintScreen|
|graphmaker 3||Right click||Right click||Right click||PrintScreen|
|graphmaker 2||Right click||PrintScreen||PrintScreen||Unsupported|
|graphmaker 1||Right click||PrintScreen||PrintScreen||Unsupported|
Right click: Right click the graph/table you want to save, and save the image.
PrintScreen: Press the PrintScreen key and paste the image to somewhere else.
Unsupported: You can't make the graph/table.
Will this program send my data on the server?
No. Your data will be processed inside your browser. It won't submit the data on anywhere else.
I want to use a similar visualization, using other software.
Search "beeswarm" or "dot plot".
I want to save the graphmaker 6.
Are there any future development plan?
Yes, as of June 2021, I'm planning to add multilevel visualization as well (that's what many users are doing manually at this moment).
Contact me via twitter (@kamedo2) or hydrogenaudio.