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This section contains some links and references to further reading and topics that you might wish to explore. They didn’t fit directly in the narrative of a given chapter, but are useful nonetheless.

This web version contains additional items and references not printed in the book.

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Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

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Braun, Marta. 1992. Picturing Time: The Work of Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Burke, Christopher, Eric Kindel, and Sue Walker, eds. 2013. Isotype: Design and Contexts 1925-1971. London: Hyphen Press. https://hyphenpress.co.uk/products/books/978-0-907259-47-3.

Cook, Dianne, and Deborah F. Swayne. 2007. Interactive and Dynamic Graphics for Data Analysis : With R and GGobi. Use R ! New York: Springer.

Cook, Robert, and Howard Wainer. 2012. “A century and a half of moral statistics in the United Kingdom: Variations on Joseph Fletcher’s thematic maps.” Significance 9 (3): 31–36.

Delaney, John. 2012. First X, Then Y, Now Z: An Introduction to Landmark Thematic Maps. Darby, PA: Diane Publishing Co.

Friedman, Jerome H., and Werner Stuetzle. 2002. “John W. Tukey’s Work on Interactive Graphics.” The Annals of Statistics 30 (6): 1629–39.

Friendly, M. 2007. “A Brief History of Data Visualization.” In Handbook of Computational Statistics: Data Visualization, edited by C. Chen, Wolfgang Härdle, and Antony Unwin, III:1–34. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

Friendly, Michael. 2002. “Visions and Re-Visions of Charles Joseph Minard.” Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 27 (1): 31–51.

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———. 2008b. “La Vie et L’Oeuvre d’André-Michael Guerry (1802-1866).” Mémoires de L’Académie de Touraine 20 (May).

Friendly, Michael, and D. Denis. 2005. “The Early Origins and Development of the Scatterplot.” Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 41 (2): 103–30.

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Friendly, Michael, and de Saint Agathe. 2012. “André-Michel Guerry’s Ordonnateur Statistique: The First Statistical Calculator?” The American Statistician 66 (3): 195–200.

Friendly, Michael, Pedro Valero-Mora, and Joaquı́n Ibáñez Ulargui. 2010. “The First (Known) Statistical Graph: Michael Florent van Langren and the ‘Secret’ of Longitude.” The American Statistician 64 (2): 185–91.

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