A scientific revolution began at the end of the 18th century with the invention and popularization of the graphic display of data by the remarkable Scot William Playfair. His marvelous Atlas showed how much could be learned if one plotted data at atheoretically and looked for suggestive patterns. Those patterns provide evidence, albeit circumstantial, on which to build new science. This full color reproduction of two of his classic works, with new explanatory material, makes Playfair's wisdom widely available for the first time in two centuries.
- $63.00 (Z)
- 2nd Edition
First published in 1984, the latest edition of this set of clearly printed tables has been improved by the addition of new tables. These provide Bayesian confidence limits for the binomial and Poisson distributions, and for the square of the multiple correlation coefficient.
- $34.99 (C)