The essential characteristic of a dynamic graphical method is the direct manipulation of elements of a graph on a computer screen, which in high-performance implementations, the elements change virtually instantaneously on the screen. This book contains a collection of papers about dynamic graphics dating from the late 1960s to 1988. Although technology has advanced considerably, the fundamental ideas about basic graphical principles and data-analytic goals are still relevant today.New York: The Association for Computing Machinery. Fowlkes, E. B. (1969). aquot; Usera#39;s manual for a system for interactive probability plotting on graphic-2, aquot; Technical Memorandum. Murray Hill, NJ: ATaamp;T Bell Telephone Laboratories. Fowlkesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dynamic Graphics Statistics|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1988-07-08|