# "American Statistical Association" returned 206 hits

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**associated**observed change in star positions (not implemented)

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**statistics**devoted to the numerical description of facts

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**Statistical**analysis of observations on location of Tycho Brahe's star of 1572, based on idea that the most probable hypothesis is the one having the smallest (least absolute value) deviations

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**statistical**data: variations in determination of longitude between Toledo and Rome

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**statistics**: Development of the idea that vital

**statistics**(records of christenings and burials in London) could be used to construct life tables. The average life expectancy in London was 27 years, with 65\% dying by age 16

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**Statistics**Canada, Commentary on first Canadian census by Dan

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**Statistics**, including an account of de Witt's method, de Witt biography

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**statistics**for international comparisons, e.g., London vs. Rome and London vs. Paris, compared in people, housing, hospitals, etc.

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**statistical**significance based on deviation between observed data and a null hypothesis (used to show that the guiding hand of a devine being could be discerned in the nearly constant ratio of male to female births in London over 1629--1710)

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**statistics**'' was first used by Zimmerman in 1787. (For the earlier use of "

**statist**'', "statista'' and other terms, see cite{John:1883}.)

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**Statistical**map of production in Europe, possibly the first economic and thematic map (shows geographic distribution of 56 commodities produced in Europe)

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**Statistical**Representation of the U.S.A., Playfair's 1805

**Statistical**Representation of the U.S.A., Playfair's diagram of population and taxes, Oxford DNB article by Ian Spence (pdf), Spence portrait

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**statistical**map. (This map dates from 1826 cite[Plate 1, vol. 2]{Dupin:1827} according to Robinson cite[p. 232]{Robinson:1982}, rather than 1819 according to Funkhouser cite{Funkhouser:1937})

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**statistics**for a population of organisms whose probability of death increases as a function of time

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**statistical**map

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**statistics**'' (crimes, suicide, literacy, etc.) shown on thematic unclassed choropleth maps; bar charts (of crime, by age groupings and months)

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**statistical**diagrams: circles proportional to coal production (published in 1861)

**Statistical**graphics used in a lawsuit. (Reported by Ernst Engel at the 7th meetings of the International

**Statistical**Congress, 1869, The Hague

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**statistics**conference (organized by Quetelet)

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**statistical**calculation and the assessment of the relationship between

social and moral variables.

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**statistical**maps and diagrams (1857-1901), Cybergeo, No. 85

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**Statistical**Diagrams, Florence Nightingale by I. Bernard Cohen, Coxcomb of Cholera deaths by William Farr, Coxcomb of London Plague by William Farr, Graphs by Andre-Michel Guerry in 1829, William Farr portrait

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**Statistical**diagrams used in a school textbook

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**statistical**graphical treatments by form, with consideration of appropriate uses of color, graphical elements, limitations of perception. At the 8th ISI meetings, St. Petersburg.

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**statistical**graphics by USA Government in census reports (cartograms of data from Ninth Census)

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**statistical**mechanics, Gibbs portrait, Plot on trilinear graph paper by R. A. Fisher, ca. 1955, Gibb's models, Gibbs biography

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**statistical**atlas

**Statistical**Atlas, Population pyramid, Portrait, Walker portrait, detailed Walker biography, Text of the

**Statistical**Atlas of 1870, History of US census atlases, Detailed Walker biography,

**Statistical**Atlas of the United States (1870), Population distribution of U.S. by age and sex, Example of population pyramid

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**statistical**use of a contour map

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**statistical**study of 24,500 children to improve school practice; early ideas of correlation and regression by quoting the "measure of stoutness'', the ratio of annual increase in pounds weight to annual increase in inches height. Includes six charts, showing curvilinear regresions.

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**Statistical**reasoning employed to create a new system of bodily measurement, specifically for identifying criminals

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**Association**for the Advancement of Science, in 1898). Also called "semi-log,'' "arith-log'' paper and "ratio charts''

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**Statistics**, Mulhall pictogram image, railways (726 x 456; 58K)

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**statistical**graphics presented to the

**Statistical**Society of London, classified as figures, maps, and solids (3D), perhaps the first mature attempt at a systematic classification of graphical forms

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**Statistical**Congress are discussed in detail.

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**statistical**textbooks, Arthur Bowley (1901) illustrated an arithmetic and graphical analysis of time-series data using the total value of British and Irish exports from 1855-1899. He presented a line graph of the time-series data, supplemented by overlaid line graphs of 3-, 5- and 10-year moving averages. His goal was to show that while the initial series showed wide variability, moving averages made the series progressively smoother.

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**Statistical**diagrams begin to appear regularly in USA textbooks (graphs of temperature, population in texts of arithmetic, algebra)

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**statistical**figures of 35 national and international exhibitors and more than 5 million visitors. [Roesle also wrote publications which dealt with the structure of graphical-

**statistical**displays cite{Roesle:1913}.]

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**statistical**graphics, May 17, 1913, including large graphs on horse-drawn floats, and a photograph with people arranged in a bell-shaped curve

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**statistical**graphic methods, "The Graphic Method'' (possibly the first)

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**statistical**theory (sampling distributions (1915), randomization, likelihood (1921), small sample theory, exact distributions, analysis of variance (1925), etc.)

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**statistical**graphical methods

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**statistical**chartbook, containing a variety of graphic and semi-graphic displays in a USA Government report. [The image below is a fine early example of a semi-graphic display, showing four variables simultaneously.]

**American**Divisions in France, WWI, from

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**American**Philosophical Society, Biographical memoirs

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**Statistical**Graphics and the ISOTYPE system (International System of Typographic Picture Education)

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**statistical**control of industrial processes

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**statistical**graphical forms (pie vs. subdivided bar charts)

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**statistical**symbols (Neurath's Isotype method) established by government decree (for schools, public posters, etc.)

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**statistical**graphics, as concern with formal, "precise'', and numerical methods gained ascendancy (the modern "dark ages'' of

**statistical**graphics)cite{FriendlyDenis:2001:valois}.

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**associative**information retrieval system which would help someone find information based in

**association**and context rather than strict categorical indexing; conceptual creation of "hyperlink'' and the ''World Wide Web''

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**statistical**graphics (a 1 minute movie of the iterative process of finding a multidimensional scaling solution)

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**statistical**presentation

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**statistics**: allowed users to interactively control a power transformation in realtime for probability plotting

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**statistical**graphics in social indicator reporting, particularly on television

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**statistical**graphics innovation, use by U.S. Bureau of the Census

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**statistics**; PRIM-9, the first system in

**statistics**with 3-D data rotations provided dynamic tools for projecting, rotating, isolating and masking multidimensional data in up to nine dimensions

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**statistics**(midmean and lower and upper semimidmean)

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**statistical**graphics vs tables, findings favoring latter

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**Statistical**Graphics, leading to the ASA Section on

**Statistical**Graphics, later to the Journal of Computational and Graphical

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**statistical**computation and graphics. S (later sold as a commercial package, S-Plus; more recently, a public-domain implementation, R is widely available), would become a lingua franca for

**statistical**computation and graphics

**Statistical**Computing, A Brief History of S (Postscript), John Chambers portrait

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**statistical**graphics, systematized: allowing brushing, linking, other forms of interaction

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**Statistical**graphics interactively linked to map displays

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**statistical**computing and dynamic graphics

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**Statistical**theory and methods for parallel coordinates plots

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**Statistics**System, XGobi - multivariate visualization, Young portrait

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