All 4 books by Edward Tufte also now in paperback editions,
$100 for all 4:
Visual Display of Quantitative Information, 200 pages
Envisioning Information, 128 pages
Visual Explanations, 160 pages
Beautiful Evidence, 214 pages
Same paper and printing as in original clothbound editions.
All 4 clothbound books, autographed by author, $150
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Edward Tufte e-books, immediate download to any computer
connected to internet, $2 each:
Visual and Statistical Thinking: Evidence-Based Decisions
The Cognitive Style of Powerpoint
Seeing Around + Cognitive Art of Feynman Diagrams
Data Analysis for Politics and Policy
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