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ActionScript Graphing Cookbook

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Paperback, 288 pages
Published November 17th 2012 by Packt Publishing (first published November 1st 2012)
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Bruce Lane
Feb 26, 2013 Bruce Lane rated it it was amazing
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Very nice book which covers everything you need to know about data visualization in actionscript:
From the basics of line, circle, area drawing to 3D graphics, very clear and step by step recipes to spice up your presentations.

Lots of useful information, starting from basic polygon drawing to advanced 3D graphics, including some Flex SDK component examples, and the way to create the graphics from scratch for better control.

Manipulate data from arrays, array collections, etc, coming from various s
Feb 20, 2013 Igor rated it it was amazing
This book has all that you need for creating math graphs. The concept of the book is learning by example if you learn this way than this is book for you. Every problem is firstly explained and then the solution for the problem is presented with code. There are some more useful information's after that.

This book does not concentrate on explaining how sprites, movieclips and animation can be drawn with ActionScript it is mainly for graphs that are used in different fields statistics, mathematics a
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