This book includes a collection of John W. Tukey's papers that demonstrate a number of numerical methods and graphical methods, such as box plots, stem-and-leaf diagrams, and point cloud rotation, for graphics and exploratory data analysis.
Table of Contents
I. Fundamentals 1. Data Analysis and Statistics: Techniques and Approaches [1965g] 2. Data Analysis and Statistics: Principles and Practice [1966U9] II. General Methods 3. Exploratory Data Analysis [1977a] 4. Some Graphic and Semigraphic Displays [1972a] 5. Variations of Box Plots [1978a] 6. Notch Plots for Counted Rates [1977U5] 7. Teletypewriter Plots for Data Analysis can be Fast: 6-line Plots, Including Probability Plots [1973b] 8. Statistical Mapping: What Should Not be Plotted [1979g] 9. Data Analysis, Including Statistics [1968e] III. Methods for Multidimensional Data 10. A Projection Pursuit Algorithm for Exploratory Data Analysis [1974a] 11. Some Graphics for Studying Four-Dimensional Data [1982c] 12. Graphic Display of Data Sets in 3 or More Dimensions [1981e] 13. Approaches to Analysis of Data that Concentrate Near Intermediate-Dimensional Manifolds [1980h] IV. Dynamic Graphics 14. PRIM-9: An Interactive Multidimensional Data Display and Analysis System [1974j] 15. Control and Stash Philosophy for Two-Handed, Flexible, and Immediate Control of a Graphic Display [1982U8] V. Overviews 16. Thoughts on the Evolution of Dynamic Graphics for Data-Modification Display [1982U11] 17. Another Look at the Future [1982b] 18. Computer Graphics and Exploratory Data Analysis: An Introduction [1985k]
Cleveland, William S.