"Guerry" returned 6 hits

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Authors: André Michel Guerry (1802-1866)
Polar-area charts (predating those by Florence Nightingale cite{Nightingale:1857}), showing frequency of events for cyclic phenomena
Mediaitems: Guerry's polar diagrams, Guerry barcharts and polar diagrams
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Authors: André Michel Guerry (1802-1866) & Adriano Balbi (1782-1884)
The first comparative choropleth thematic maps, showing crimes against persons and crimes against property in relation to level of instruction by departments in France
Mediaitem: Balbi-Guerry maps
Category: Cartography
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Authors: André Michel Guerry (1802-1866)
The first comprehensive analysis of data on "moral statistics'' (crimes, suicide, literacy, etc.) shown on thematic unclassed choropleth maps; bar charts (of crime, by age groupings and months)
Mediaitems: Guerry's map of crimes against persons in France, Guerry's map of crimes against property in France, Guerry's map of "instruction'' in France, Guerry's map of suicides, Reference to English translation
Category: Cartography
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Authors: André Michel Guerry (1802-1866)
Graphical rank lists, with lines showing shifts in rank order between categories (rank of types of crime from one age group to the next)
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Authors: André Michel Guerry (1802-1866)
Guerry's ordonnateur statistique is arguably the first mechanical device invented
to aid statistical calculation and the assessment of the relationship between
social and moral variables.
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Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: Florence Nightingale (1820-1910)
Polar area charts, known as "coxcombs'' (used in a campaign to improve sanitary conditions of army)
Mediaitems: re-creation of a coxcomb, Nightingale coxcomb, Nightingale portrait, JSE article: A Dialogue with Florence Nightingale, Florence Nightingale's 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
Category: Statistics & Graphics