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Where can I find information on interpreting graphs and charts?



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The following books are considered very authoritative:
William S. Cleveland; The Elements of Graphing Data, Wadsworth Books, 1985

Brand Frotner; The Data Handbook, Spyglass, 1992

Edward R. Tufte:
The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, Graphic Press
Envisioning Information, Graphic Press
Visual Explanations, Graphic Press

---Nathan A. Unterman



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