Data visualization

March 4, 2012
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(This article was first published on Research tips » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

For those who have not read the seminal works of Tufte and Cleveland, please hang your heads in shame. To salvage some sense of self-worth, you can then head over to Solomon Messing’s blog where he is starting a series on data visualization based on the principles developed by Tufte and Cleveland (with R examples).

The classics are also worth reading, and remain relevant despite the 20 or 30 years that have elapsed since they appeared.

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