# "(Charles) (de) (Fourcroy)" returned 34 hits

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**de**l'Europe,

**de**l'Afrique du Nord et du Proche-Orient, BNF, ESP 30, Carte

**de**l'Europe,

**de**l'Afrique du Nord et du Proche-Orient, BNF, ESP 30

**de**Cusa portrait

**de**Ludo Alaea, a practical guide to gambling, containing the first systematic computation of probabilities; written in 1562, but not published until 1663.

**De**Camp 1970, Map of the Netherlands, small, Ortelius portrait, Overview of Ortelius and the Teatrum

**de**Fermat, Descartes portrait, Biographical sketch - Rene Descartes

**De**Ratiociniis in Ludo Aleae

**de**Witt portrait, Death and Statistics, including an account of

**de**Witt's method,

**de**Witt biography

**de**Moivre portrait, Maty's (1755) biography of Abraham

**De**Moivre, Wikipedia: Normal distribution

**De**'couverte d'un nouveau principe

**de**mecanique

**de**la France, Buache contour map icon

**de**

**Fourcroy**'s proportional squares,

**de**

**Fourcroy**'s proportional squares, Description of

**de**

**Fourcroy**, from Palsky

**de**Chemie et

**de**physique, 1817, von Humboldt isotherm, von Humboldt isotherms from Berghaus' 1849 Atlas, von Humboldt isotherm icon

**de**vue du Gras

**Charles**Wheatstone portrait, Wheatstone biography, Wheatstone uses paper tape to store data, Stereoscopic photography

**de**la population, Verhulst portrait

**Charles**Babbage. She wrote a series of instructions for his proposed machanical computer.

**Charles**Joseph Minard'', Minard's March on Moscow graphic

**de**Paris, Loua scalogram of 40 characteristics of 20 Paris districts (2422 x 1932; 1386K), Loua scalogram, color version (1212 x 960; 318K), Shaded map of Paris showing number of inhabitants per house (935 x 615; 77K)

**de**la Seine en 1834, Vauthier contour map, Wikipedia: Louis-Léger Vauthier, Vauthier contour map

**de**Statistique Graphique, an annual series over 20 years, using all known graphic forms (map-based pies and stars, mosaic, line graphs, bar charts, and, of course, numerous flow maps) to depict data relevant to planning (railways, canals, ports, tramways, etc.) [This series, under the direction of Émile Cheysson, is regarded as the epitome of the "Golden Age of Statistical Graphics'']