About Using Charts and Graphs
Good charts and graphics are the key to dynamic statistical storytelling. Yet, most charts and graphs today are so poorly done they often obscure the message, rather than punching it home with the force it needs. Using Charts and Graphs discusses why, how, when, and where to use different kinds of charts and graphs — pies, bars and columns, curve and surface diagrams, flowcharts, maps, tables — and how to combine them into informative, eye-catching hybrids.
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