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How are we to represent the rich visual world of experience and measurement on
mere flatland? ... Like my previous study, The Visual Display of Quantitative
Information, which derives theoretical counsel from the classics of statistical ...
Editing this statistical graph (showing variability about local averages) remedies
the visual clutter induced by parallel lines and ... 269; and, right, Edward R. Tufte,
The Visual Display of Quantitative Information (Cheshire, Connecticut, 1983), p.
Here the redrawing, in ungrid style, eliminates the visual noise, concentrating our
viewer's attention on data rather than data containers. ... 231-232; and Edward R.
Tufte, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information (Cheshire, Connecticut ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - haloedrain - www.librarything.com
This is a much better book than the first one, there's a lot more substance and less polemic. However, it's not very well written and his main points get lost in the long series of examples, so it takes some work to get that substance out of it. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Christina_E_Mitchell - LibraryThing
I began reading Tuft's graphic information series in an attempt to thwart and destroy the boring academic PowerPoint. For those not aware, academic and/or scholarly PowerPoints, particularly those ... Read full review
Layering and Separation
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