THE VISUAL DISPLAY OF QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION, first self-published nearly 30 years ago, is now a bible -- a sort of THE ELEMENTS OF STYLE applied to information graphics.
Tufte reviews how
popular opinion, this report takes a critical look at the link between VDT use and eye discomfort and disease as well as at changes in visual performance and oculomotor function. Drawing on information from
This book explores a variety of graphical displays that are useful for visualizing multivariate data. The basic problem involves representing information that varies along several dimensions when
realized. The greatest display technology in the world won't solve this if you fail to use effective visual design. And if a dashboard fails to tell you precisely what you need to know in an instant, you
Information visualization is not only about creating graphical displays of complex and latent information structures; it contributes to a broader range of cognitive, social, and collaborative
, the adequacy of a fitted model, and possibly unusual features of the data that can best be seen and appreciated in an informative graphical display. Filled with programs and data sets, this book focuses
the logic of depicting quantitative evidence.
With Visual Explanations, Edward R. Tufte adds a third volume to his indispensable series on information display. The first, The Visual Display
This is an essential resource for anyone designing or facilitating online learning. It introduces an easy, practical model (R2D2: read, reflect, display, and do) that will show online educators how
not only how exhibits translated health and medical information into visual form but also how exposition sites in urban settings (an exposition was "a city within a city" sometimes in conflict with municipal