The Visual Display of Quantitative Information

  title={The Visual Display of Quantitative Information},
  author={Edward Mulrow},
  pages={400 - 400}
  • E. Mulrow
  • Published 1 November 2002
  • Art
  • Technometrics
This book is the second edition of the critically acclaimed graphics book that Tufte Ž rst published in 1983. Many prominent statisticians praised the Ž rst edition, including John Tukey, who called the book “a tour de force.” It is now considered a classic reference for statistical graphics. According to the book’s slip jacket, rates it as one of the best nonŽ ction books of the 20th century. This edition is very similar to the Ž rst edition. The introduction explains that it… 

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