Editor: Arthur Lockwood Publisher: Studio Vista, London Publication: 1969, First Edition Binding: Hardcover, section sewn Pages: 144 Size: 220 x 280 Text: English
(Preface) 'Diagrams are being used increasingly for the visual presentation of information in newspapers, magazines, business publications, textbooks, television and other communications media. Since the ultimate success of any diagram rests in its clarity, in the immediacy with which it communicates its information, it is important that the designer should select a method of presentation which will achieve this aim. If he wishes to present statistics diagrammatically, he must be aware of the various ways in which these can be shown - whether by line graph, bar graph or pictorial graph - and the problems of each method. (The design on the front of the jacket highlights one such problem : that of rounding off numbers when using symbols in a pictorial graph.) He must know how information can be incorporated in maps; how events can be plotted in chart or graph form.'
Condition: Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Ex-Libris with the usual stamps labels and inscriptions. Dust jacket housed in plastic sleeve, shows signs of rippling and yellowing/tanning. Interior also shows signs of tanning. Slight rubbing to covers. Please contact me for further information on condition.
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