The Computer Graphics Manual: David Salomon
The Computer Graphics Manual:Texts in Computer Science. Edition David Salomon
Graphics for engineers, architects, and builders; a manual for designers, and a text-book for technical schools:Trusses and arches analyzed and discussed by graphical methods - Part II Charles E. (Charles Ezra) Greene
Graphics for engineers, architects, and builders; a manual for designers, and a text-book for technical schools:Trusses and arches analyzed and discussed by graphical methods - Part III, Third Edition Charles Ezra Greene
Graphics for Engineers, Architects, and Builders; A Manual for Designers, and a Text-Book for Technical Schools, Vol. 1 of 3:Trusses and Arches Analyzed and Discussed by Graphical Methods (Classic Reprint) Charles Ezra Greene
Excel, the world´s most popular spreadsheet program, has the muscle to analyze heaps of data. Beyond basic number-crunching, Excel 2010 has many impressive features that are hard to find, much less master -- especially from online help pages. This Missing Manual clearly explains how everything works with a unique and witty style to help you learn quickly. * Navigate with ease. Master Excel´s tabbed toolbar and its new backstage view * Perform a variety of calculations. Write formulas for rounding numbers, calculating mortgage payments, and more * Organize your data. Search, sort, and filter huge amounts of information * Illustrate trends. Bring your data to life with charts and graphics -- including miniature charts called Sparklines * Examine your data. Summarize information and find hidden patterns with pivot tables and slicers * Share your spreadsheets. Use the Excel Web App to collaborate with colleagues online * Rescue lost data. Restore old versions of data and find spreadsheets you forgot to save
This richly illustrated book describes the use of interactive and dynamic graphics as part of multidimensional data analysis. Chapter topics include clustering, supervised classification, and working with missing values. A variety of plots and interaction methods are used in each analysis, often starting with brushing linked low-dimensional views and working up to manual manipulation of tours of several variables. The book is augmented by a wealth of online material.
Graphics for engineers, architects, and builders:a manual for designers, and a text-book for technical schools Charles E. (Charles Ezra) Greene