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Lots of examples, but not particularly innovative. Would be good for the beginner if better organized. Definitely not for a seasoned pro.Published 13 months ago by eclectic reader & professional student
This is not a book that you will read cover to cover; it is a "dictionary" of graphics and the elements to those graphics. Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by D. R. Pitts
I had to buy 5 books for a graduate MIS class and this was far and wide the worst of the bunch. Im in marketing, I found this book to be utterly useless however I felt the same way... Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by Michelle
This book is a gem. It's really a dictionary of just about all of the types of charts that exist with the exception of interactive ones of course (we'll excuse the author though). Read morePublished on January 24, 2008 by Eric Methot
I think anyone who solves serious problems by analyzing data will want to own a copy of this book. Being able to organize data into the right visual image can often make no less a... Read morePublished on September 9, 2006 by Todd I. Stark
this is an excellent book if you are working with different types of graphs or charts. we use it as the bible while programming gui tools to create graphs. Read morePublished on October 13, 2005 by Maria D.
This book is 400+ pages, and I would estimate it contains
5-10 graphics examples per page. Read more