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GRAPHS have long been used by economists, statisticians and mathematicians—professionals not renowned for their aesthetic sensibilities—to illustrate relationships and explain data, be they unemployment figures, temperature readings or presidential approval ratings. They can help predict the futures of companies, governments and populations, and are rarely considered inspirational by artists. But G.T. Pellizzi disagrees.


Via ECAL Library