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Preface to First Edition Before writing the graphics for SYSTAT in the 1980's, I began by teaching a seminar in statistical graphics and collecting as many different quantitative graphics as I could find. I was determined to produce a package that could draw every statistical graphic I had ever seen. The structure of the program was a collection of procedures named after ...more
Hardcover, 691 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Springer (first published August 19th 1999)
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Chu Pi
Dec 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A very good read!
The ideas are clear (though sometimes a bit wordy for "the details") and sound.
Most impressed is how passionate Leland Wilkinson is toward this subject can be felt in his writing.
Love it!
Ji
Jan 21, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: technical
Re-reading this book again. Realized that the taxonomy of graphics is indeed a big topic. Given that lots, if not most, of impacts a data scientist can deliver lies in the data charts, I find it extremely challenging and refreshing to gain insights of visualization from a book as classic as this one. I'll revisit it soon, and often.
Andrew
Dec 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Didn't finish but I would like to come back to this at some point. There is an awful lot going on in this book, and it's funny too.
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Notes to self: @ BRCC ebooks collection

Object Oriented Design
Features both Mathematical and Psychological considerations
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