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semiology of graphics

Semiology of graphics Semiology of graphicsBertin, Jacques; University of Wisconsin Press 1983WorldCatLibraryThingGoogle BooksBookFinder A translation of Bertin's famous work that was first published in 1967. A look inside this book is enough to realize that, half a century before, Bertin already had got a solution.

the grammar of graphics

The grammar of graphics The grammar of graphicsLeland Wilkinson.; Springer 1999WorldCatLibraryThingGoogle BooksBookFinder I never thought I would be so difficult to draw a pie chart! This book is the theoretical reference on statistical graphics automation that inspired ggplot2 and several visualization software libraries.

logarithmic scales

John Napier invented logarithms in 1614. Some years later, maybe in 1620 Edmun Gunter built the first logarithmic scale but it was Wingate three centuries later the first to describe with the book \emph{L'usage de la Reigle de Proportion en l'Arithm\'etique et G\'eom\'etrie} its existence and usability.

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some arabesque tiles

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template designs for tiles & mosaics

The following template designs for tiles & mosaics have been redrawn from M. Travaglia’s book \emph{Tratado de tejidos} (1913).

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some font families

 

an academic work on real state valuation

Here is an example of an academic document on real state valuation with the ACE journal template. (Architecture, City, and Environment)

An academic exercise example

An academic exercise example