# (Andrew) (S.) (C.) (Ehrenberg) returned 13 hits

**C**e^{rt})$, to describe the growth of human populations

**C**. to 1750 A.D.), quantitative comparison by means of bars

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Experimental tests of statistical graphics vs tables, findings favoring latter

Category:
Statistics & Graphics

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Form of Fourier series to generate plots of multivariate data

Category:
Statistics & Graphics

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Experimental test of statistical graphical forms (pie vs. subdivided bar charts)

Category:
Statistics & Graphics

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Map projections of a spherical earth and use of latitude and longitude to characterize position (first display of longitude)

Category:
Cartography

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Fisheye view: an idea to provide focus and greater detail in areas of interest of a large amount of information, while retaining the surrounding context in much less detail

Category:
Other

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Automatic recording device (the weather clock) producing a moving graph of temperature and wind direction (in polar coordinates)

Category:
Technology

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Use of geometric, proportional figures (squares) to compare demographic quantities by superposition, an early "tableau graphique''

Category:
Statistics & Graphics

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"Log Square'' paper ($log y, log x$, for relations which are linear in log scales)

Category:
Technology

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Re-design of the routes of the London underground rail system to favor usability

Category:
Cartography

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Development of the logistic curve, $ y = k / (1 + **C** e^{rt})$, to describe the growth of human populations

Category:
Statistics & Graphics

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Numerous textbooks on graphics, describing principles of graphical presentation of numerical information (published at a rate of about two each year), e.g.,

Category:
Statistics & Graphics

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Historical timeline (life spans of 2,000 famous people, 1200 B.**C**. to 1750 A.D.), quantitative comparison by means of bars

Category:
Cartography

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Irregular polygon ("star plot'') to represent multivariate data (with vertices at equally spaced intervals, distance from center proportional to the value of a variable) [but see Georg von Mayr in 1877 cite[S. 78]{vonMayr:1877} for first use]

Category:
Statistics & Graphics