Our plots are like a set of windows into your data. Each window represents a different viewpoint or characteristic of your data. Our plots also form an integral part of our systems' user interfaces, allowing you to issue data analysis commands through them. Because our plots look back into the same data, the data analysis done in one plot can be visible in another plot. Users can quickly discern how a pattern in one plot is related to a pattern in another simply by issuing a command to the first (say, painting, for example) and examining how it affects the second. This lets users quickly discover interesting patterns and relationships between the various variables and characteristics across their data.