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Authors: Office of Management and Budget (1970-) & U.S. Bureau of the Census (1903-)
Monthly chartbook (eventually computer-generated) to brief U.S. President, Vice President on economic and social matters (StatUS)  
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: U.S. Bureau of the Census (1903-)
Use of statistical graphics by USA Government in census reports (cartograms of data from Ninth Census)
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: Jean Talon (1626-1694)
First modern complete demographic census, a record of each individual by name of the 3215 inhabitants of New France
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: U.S. Bureau of the Census (1903-)
Color-coded bivariate matrix to represent two intervally measured variables in a single map (Urban Atlas series)[but see Georg von Mayr in 1874 cite[Fig. XIX]{vonMayr:1874} for first use]
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: Herman Hollerith (1860-1929)
Invention of the punched card for use in a machine to tabulate the USA Census (in 1890). Hollerith's company eventually became IBM
Category: Technology
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Author: Vincent P. Barabba (1934-)
Revival of statistical graphics innovation, use by U.S. Bureau of the Census
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: Office of Management and Budget (1970-)
USA Government chartbook devoted exclusively to reporting social indicator statistics
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: Office of Management and Budget (1970-)
Weekly chartbook (eventually computer-generated) to brief U.S. President, Vice President on economic and social matters
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: Luigi Perozzo (1856-1916)
Stereogram (three-dimensional population pyramid) modeled on actual data (Swedish census, 1750--1875)
Category: Statistics & Graphics
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Author: Francis Amasa Walker (1840-1897)
Age pyramid (bilateral histogram), bilateral frequency polygon, and the use of subdivided squares to show the division of population by two variables jointly (an early mosaic display) in the first true U.S. national statistical atlas
Category: Statistics & Graphics