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Author: Michael F. van Langren (1598-1675)
First visual representation of statistical data: variations in determination of longitude between Toledo and Rome
Mediaitem: Langren image
Category: Statistics & Graphics
Author: Michael Faraday (1791-1867)
An increasing number of scientific publications begin to contain graphs and diagrams which describe, but do not analyze, natural phenomena (magnetic variation, weather, tides, etc.)
Mediaitem: Faraday diagram of a magnet with lines of force
Category: Other
Author: Michael Faraday (1791-1867)
Graphical analysis of natural phenomena begins to appear on a regular basis in scientific publications, particularly in England. For example, in 1832, Faraday proposes pictorial representation of electric and magnetic lines of force.
Mediaitems: Faraday biography with portraits, Faraday portrait, Faraday's iron filing diagrammes, the earliest ever made, Faraday biography
Category: Statistics & Graphics
Author: Michael George Mulhall (1836-1900)
Pictogram, used to represent data by icons proportional to a number
Mediaitems: Mulhall pictogram image, Mulhall pictogram image, steam power (730 x 457; 52K), Man, animal and machine pictogram, Google Books: Mulhall's Dictionary of Statistics, Mulhall pictogram image, railways (726 x 456; 58K)
Category: Statistics & Graphics
Author: Willard Cope Brinton (1880-1957)
Pictograms to represent a series of numbers by icons (combining concepts of the bar graph and pictogram of varying size)
Mediaitems: Comparative pictogram of copper production, Proportion of College Graduates, Google Books: Brinton's Graphic Methods for Presenting Facts, Ranks of states on educational features, Fig 33 (514 x 738; 112K), Michael Stoll's Flicker page on Brinton (1939) Graphic Presentation
Category: Statistics & Graphics
Author: Michael Friendly (1945-)
Mosaic display developed as a visual analysis tool for log-linear models (beginning general methods for visualizing categorical data)
Mediaitems: Tutorial description of mosaic displays, Brief history of the mosaic display, Two-way mosaic of hair color and eye color, Three-way mosaic of hair color, eye color, and sex
Category: Statistics & Graphics
Author: Michael Friendly (1945-)
Beginnings of the general extension of graphical methods to categorical (frequency) data