Author : Edward R. Tufte
Genre : Business & Economics
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ISBN : 0961392118
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Escaoping flatland. Micro/Macro readings. Layering and separation. Small multiples. Color and information. Narratives of Space and time. Epilogue.

Author : Edward R. Tufte
Genre :
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ISBN : OCLC:491986096
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Author : Edward R. Tufte
Genre :
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ISBN : 1930824130
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Paperback edition of Edward Tufte's classic book on statistical charts, graphs, and tables, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. "Best 100 books of the 20th Century." Amazon.com.

Author : Edward R. Tufte
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ISBN : 1930824165
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How seeing turns into showing, how empirical observations turn into explanation and evidence. How to produce and consume evidence presentations.

Author : Edward Tufte
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ISBN : 0961392193
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Author : Nadieh Bremer
Genre : Computers
Publisher : CRC Press
ISBN : 9780429816826
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In Data Sketches, Nadieh Bremer and Shirley Wu document the deeply creative process behind 24 unique data visualization projects, and they combine this with powerful technical insights which reveal the mindset behind coding creatively. Exploring 12 different themes – from the Olympics to Presidents & Royals and from Movies to Myths & Legends – each pair of visualizations explores different technologies and forms, blurring the boundary between visualization as an exploratory tool and an artform in its own right. This beautiful book provides an intimate, behind-the-scenes account of all 24 projects and shares the authors’ personal notes and drafts every step of the way. The book features: Detailed information on data gathering, sketching, and coding data visualizations for the web, with screenshots of works-in-progress and reproductions from the authors’ notebooks Never-before-published technical write-ups, with beginner-friendly explanations of core data visualization concepts Practical lessons based on the data and design challenges overcome during each project Full-color pages, showcasing all 24 final data visualizations This book is perfect for anyone interested or working in data visualization and information design, and especially those who want to take their work to the next level and are inspired by unique and compelling data-driven storytelling.

Author : Edward R. Tufte
Genre : Pattern perception
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ISBN : 1930824157
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Display of information for paper and computer screens; principles of information design, design of presentations. Depicting evidence relevant to cause and effect, decision making. Scientific visualization.

Author : Edward R. Tufte
Genre : Political statistics
Publisher : Prentice Hall
ISBN : STANFORD:36105001914980
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Introduction to data analysis; Predictions and projections: some issues of research design; Two-variable linear regression; Multiple regression.

Author : Kieran Healy
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Princeton University Press
ISBN : 9780691185064
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An accessible primer on how to create effective graphics from data This book provides students and researchers a hands-on introduction to the principles and practice of data visualization. It explains what makes some graphs succeed while others fail, how to make high-quality figures from data using powerful and reproducible methods, and how to think about data visualization in an honest and effective way. Data Visualization builds the reader’s expertise in ggplot2, a versatile visualization library for the R programming language. Through a series of worked examples, this accessible primer then demonstrates how to create plots piece by piece, beginning with summaries of single variables and moving on to more complex graphics. Topics include plotting continuous and categorical variables; layering information on graphics; producing effective “small multiple” plots; grouping, summarizing, and transforming data for plotting; creating maps; working with the output of statistical models; and refining plots to make them more comprehensible. Effective graphics are essential to communicating ideas and a great way to better understand data. This book provides the practical skills students and practitioners need to visualize quantitative data and get the most out of their research findings. Provides hands-on instruction using R and ggplot2 Shows how the “tidyverse” of data analysis tools makes working with R easier and more consistent Includes a library of data sets, code, and functions

Author : Cleveland
Genre : Mathematics
Publisher : CRC Press
ISBN : 053409144X
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The essential characteristic of a dynamic graphical method is the direct manipulation of elements of a graph on a computer screen, which in high-performance implementations, the elements change virtually instantaneously on the screen. This book contains a collection of papers about dynamic graphics dating from the late 1960s to 1988. Although technology has advanced considerably, the fundamental ideas about basic graphical principles and data-analytic goals are still relevant today.