A Note on a Tenth Century Graph

@article{Funkhouser1936ANO,
  title={A Note on a Tenth Century Graph},
  author={H. Funkhouser},
  journal={Osiris},
  year={1936},
  volume={1},
  pages={260 - 262}
}
The graph given here in facsimile is of significance in the history of graphic methods in that it appears to be the oldest extant example of an attempt to represent changeable values graphically which in appearance closely resembles modern practice. The distinguishing feature is the use of a grid as a background for the drawing of the curves. The graph dates from the tenth, possibly eleventh century, and forms a part of a manuscript discovered by SIGMUND GiUNTHER in I877 (I). The manuscript is… Expand
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