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Fundamentals of Data Visualization

Errata for Fundamentals of Data Visualization

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Page 21
Paragraph under Figure 3-7

Following mathematics for an example is wrong.

"positions 0, 4, 25, 49, and 81 (every second square)"

Proposed revision:

"positions 0, 4, 16, 36, and 64 (every second square)"

Noritada Kobayashi  Dec 13, 2020 
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Page 22
The last paragraph

Following mathematics for an example may be wrong.

"Dec. 31st can be thought of as 366 days later than Jan. 1st"

Proposed revision:

"Dec. 31st can be thought of as 365 days later than Jan. 1st"

Noritada Kobayashi  Dec 14, 2020 
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Page 121
Figure 12-4

There are two references to "Figure 12-2" but both seem to refer to "Figure 12-3".

Note from the Author or Editor:
The reader is correct. It should say 12-3 both times.

Noritada Kobayashi  Dec 26, 2019  Mar 27, 2020
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Page 191
Paragraph above Figure 16-8

The second of these two sentences is not sufficiently precise and should be revised:

"For bars from Switzerland, the 95% confidence interval on the difference just barely includes the value zero. Thus, there is a slightly bigger than 5% chance that the observed difference between mean ratings of US and Swiss chocolate bars represents nothing more than sampling variation."

Proposed revision:

"For bars from Switzerland, the 95% confidence interval on the difference just barely includes the value zero. Thus, the difference between the mean ratings of US and Swiss chocolate bars is barely not significant at the 5% level."

Originally reported by Niclas Rudolfson on GitHub:
https://github.com/clauswilke/dataviz/issues/96

Claus Wilke
 
Apr 18, 2019  May 03, 2019
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Page 365
Index entry "Goode hemolosine projection"

Index word "Goode hemolosine projection" may be a typo of "Goode homolosine projection".

Noritada Kobayashi  Dec 27, 2020 
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Page 367
Under the index entry "projections (map)"

Under the index entry "projections (map)", there is a subindex "Goode hemolosine". This may be a typo of "Goode homolosine".

Noritada Kobayashi  Dec 27, 2020