With contributions from more than two dozen visualization experts, "Beautiful Visualization" demonstrates how images can help you both detect and explain patterns. From a familiar map of the New York City subway system to a never-before-seen diagram of the human brain, this book will take you behind the scenes of cutting-edge design projects that depict the world around us in new ways.
Contributors include Gregor Hochmuth, Todd Holloway, Jonathan Feinberg, Andrew Vande Moere, Maximilian Schich, JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, Michael E Driscoll, Matthias Shapiro, Valdis Krebs, Jer Thorp, Moritz Stefaner, and many more. Learn how sound can be combined with images to enhance the process of scientific inquiry See the connections between various U.S. senators and their recent voting decisions Understand how the books people choose to buy online tell us what social groups they are part of Learn how color reveals higher dimensions of data Explore the non-intuitive structures in curated databases
|Paperback Book, 397 pages||English|
|O'Reilly Media (Jun. 24th, 2010)||Unknown|
|9781449379865||7.02 x 9.24 x 0.68 inches|