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Interactive Graphics for Data Analysis: Principles and Examples (Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer Science & Data Analysis) Hardcover – October 24, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-1584885948 ISBN-10: 0736097015 Edition: 1st

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If you have any data to present, whether you are a psychologist, physicist, geographer, biologist or historian, whether writing a paper or dissertation, use this book. You have no excuse not to use it. --Times Higher Education, December 2009

I was able to get an early copy [of the book] and was impressed enough with its content and format to make both the text and software topics for a series in Dashboard Insight. --Steve Miller (President, OpenBI), Dashboard Insight, February 2009

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Martin Theus - Munich, Germany 
Simon Urbanek - Madison, New Jersey

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Martin Theus (*1967) is with the BI Unit of Telefónica-Germany. His research and application areas are data visualization and data mining as well as exploratory data analysis. Martin has worked in industry, academia and research in both Germany and the USA. He received his Ph. D. in Statistics from the University of Augsburg in 1996. Martin is author of the data analysis software Mondrian. He is co-author of the books "Graphics of Large Datasets" and "Interactive Graphics for Data Analysis". He shares his ideas around many aspects of data and its representation (some call this "data science" by now) on his blog "Statistical Graphics and more ..." since 2005.

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