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Commercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary

William Playfair

Commercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Statistics -- Graphic methods,
  • Great Britain -- Statistics -- Early works to 1800,
  • Great Britain -- Commerce -- Early works to 1800,
  • Great Britain -- Commerce -- History -- 18th century,
  • Europe -- Statistics -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCommercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary., Playfair"s Statistical breviary., Statistical breviary.
    StatementWilliam Playfair ; edited and introduced by Howard Wainer and Ian Spence.
    GenreStatistics, Early works to 1800.
    ContributionsPlayfair, William, 1759-1823., Wainer, Howard., Spence, Ian, 1944-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF3501.5 .P58 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.( varous paging) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19679604M
    ISBN 100521855543
    ISBN 109780521855549
    LC Control Number2005046971
    OCLC/WorldCa58604637


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Introduced and annotated by Howard Wainer and Ian Commercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary book. New York: Cambridge University : Leland Wilkinson. Professor Wainer is the author of fifteen previous books, most recently, Graphic Discovery: A Trout in the Milk and Other Visual Adventures ().

查看全文信息(Full Text Information) The Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary. Patricia COSTIGAN-EAVES & Michael MACDONALD-ROSS, William Playfair (), in: Statistical Science, Vol.

5, No. 3 (Aug., ), pp. Howard WAINER & Ian SPENCE (eds.), The Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary – William Playfair, (annotated reprints), Cambridge University Press, Very much worth visiting.

Playfair's Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary is a fascinating insight to the late 18th century. The book is a reproduction (the originals are almost priceless), created by `photocopying' an original Commercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary book by page complete with defects and marks/5(3).

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A full color reproduction of the Atlas, 3rd ed., and of the Breviary, both published in London by J. Wallis, “Bibliography: variations of the Atlas and Breviary”: p.

Commercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary book addition to the Atlas, they also include Playfair’s The Statistical Breviary; shewing, on a Principle Entirely New, the Resources of Every State and Kingdom in Europe; Illustrated with Stained Copper-plate Charts, Representing the Physical Powers of each distinct Nation with Commercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary book and Perspicuity.

period appeared 'Lineal Arithmetics' (), 'The statistical Breviary' (), the revised and extended edition of 'The political and economical Commercial and political atlas and Statistical breviary book (), ' An Inquiry into the permanent Causes of the Decline and Fall of powerful and wealthy Nations' (), already cited.

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'William Playfair's Commercial and Political Atlas and his Statistical Breviary are among the most important works in the entire history of statistical graphics and data visualization.

Here we find the origin of the modern graphical forms most widely used today - the pie chart, line graph and bar chart - and Playfair used these with great skill to make his (largely economic) data. The Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary By William Playfair, edited and introduced by Howard Wainer and Ian Spence.

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In book: Playfair’s Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary, Chapter: Introduction, Publisher: Cambridge University Press, pp Cite this publication Ian Spence. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook StoryTime with BrainyToon: Podcast for Kids NFB Radio Sermon Podcast Pauping Off All Steak No Sizzle Podcast Church of the Oranges Daily Chapel - Spring Playfair's commercial and political atlas and statistical breviary.

Introduced and annotated by Howard Wainer and Ian Spence. New York: Cambridge University : Leland Wilkinson. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Playfair's Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary at ce: $   'William Playfair's Commercial and Political Atlas and his Statistical Breviary are among the most important works in the entire history of statistical graphics and data visualization.

Here we find the origin of the modern graphical forms most widely used today - the pie chart, line graph and bar chart - and Playfair used these with great skill 5/5(1). Playfair's Statistical Breviary, Playfair had already come up with the line graph and bar chart in The Commercial and Political Atlas so he's rightly held up as a pioneer in his field - even if this work was largely overlooked at the time.

The Statistical Breviary, as the name suggests, then proceeds though the reporting of various. 主著に"The Commercial and Political Atlas"(年)と"Statistical Breviary" (年)がある。 " Commercial and Political Atlas "に掲載された貿易収支の時系列チャート 統計グラフ の発明者として様々な インフォグラフィック を発明している [2] 。国籍: イギリス・スコットランド人.

Playfair's Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary by William Playfair (Introduction) avg rating — 4 ratings — published In the third edition () of Playfair's atlas with the first edition () of the breviary were reproduced in color as Playfair, The Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary, Edited and Introduced by Howard Wainer and Ian Spence.

History. William Playfair is usually credited with inventing the area charts as well as the line, bar, and pie book The Commercial and Political Atlas, published incontained a number of time-series graphs, including Interest of the National Debt from the Revolution and Chart of all the Imports and Exports to and from England from the Year to that are.

Playfair first published The Commercial and Political Atlas in London in It contained 43 time-series plots and one bar chart, a form apparently introduced in this work.

It contained 43 time-series plots and one bar chart, a form apparently introduced in this : SeptemBenvie, Fife, Scotland. foundational Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary, the first books to systematically use—and explain—visuals such as the time-series line graph, the bar graph, the pie chart, and the bubble chart (Spence, ) (9) (Figure 7).

Reading graphs and charts is far from intuitive. Visualizations are based on a grammar and an. Commercial and Political Atlas: Representing, by Copper-Plate Charts, the Progress of the Commerce, Revenues, Expenditure, and Debts of England, during the Whole of the Eighteenth Century.

Corry, London. Republished in The Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary (H. Wainer and I. Spence, eds.) Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Excerpted from Playfair's Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary, edited and introduced by Howard Wainer and Ian Spence, copyright Cambridge University Press Reprinted with : Ian Spence, Howard Wainer.

These include his Commercial and Political Atlas of which contained 43 time series plots and a bar chart and was the first significant book ever published to contain statistical graphs. His Statistical Breviary, published incontained the first ever pie chart.

Playfair’s Commercial and Political Atlas (, with new editions in and ) consists mostly of time-series line graphs with one bar chart, while the circle chart and the pie chart debut in his Statistical Breviary (). There is a fair amount of secondary literature on Playfair, most of which is rooted in the history of statistics.

Ian Spence (psychologist) Ian Spence (born ) is a Scottish-Canadian psychologist, and Emeritus Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto, known for his work on graphical perception, psychometric methods and the history of statistical graphics, specifically on the life and work of William Playfair.

Playfair, William, Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary, Cambridge University Press () ISBN Spence, Ian. No Humble Pie: The Origins and Usage of a statistical Chart. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. Winter30 (4), – Tufte, Edward. The Visual Display of Quantitative.

This research will show that is possible the application of the special theory of relativity, general theory of relativity and black holes on economics. This paper is divided into three sections.

The first section proposes the application of the special theory of relativity by Professor Albert Einstein on economics. This is based on the measurement of the energy of the economics (E). Statistical Breviary; Shewing, on a Principle Entirely New, the Resources of Every State and Kingdom in Europe, Wallis, London.

Re-published in Wainer, H. and Spence, I. (eds), The Commercial and Political Atlas and Statistical Breviary,Cambridge University Press, ISBN Google ScholarCited by:.

Reprint of Playfair's Commercial and Political Atlas pdf Statistical Breviary. Poincaré, Jules Henri, Calcul des probabilités (2 ème édition, ) Biography from St Andrews University site. Price, Richard,   The Scottish Scoundrel Who Changed How We See Data When he wasn’t blackmailing lords and being sued for libel, William Playfair invented the pie chart, the bar graph, and the line : Cara Giaimo.The commercial and ebook atlas and statistical breviary.

Willliam Playfair. Editorial: historical sources and historical development of statistical ideas. when Gerard narrowly escaped capture, he had to watch being seized "all my meditation notes, my breviary and several Catholic books, and, what I valued most.