It’s hard to believe it’s been over a month since Data Points: Visualization That Means Something hit the shelves. Thanks to all of you for the tweets, emails, and pictures of the book in the wild. Every one make me smile, and I’m glad that people are finding it helpful.
In case you’re still deciding, here’s a sample chapter from the book. It’s Chapter 3 on representing data and should give you a good idea of what to expect. And of course it’s way sexier in print.
What others are saying
Of course, don’t just take my word for it. Here’s a sample of the chatter on Twitter.
@kindraupdates: Got my #DataPoints book by @flowingdata today! Another great #dataviz effort, Nathan! Excellent work! pic.twitter.com/at3VE6OxpS
@blynchdata: Have been delaying pleasure Slowly reading Received Visualize This and Data Points.These 2 are beautiful! Nice job @flowingdata!
@JanWillemTulp: Data Points, @flowingdata’s latest book looks beautiful and informative pic.twitter.com/fY5lnZyYNS
@RyanMullins: My parents got me a copy of @flowingdata’s book Data Points for my birthday, excited to read it. pic.twitter.com/2iWr9FT64z
@SusanaAssuad: @flowingdata just got “Data Points” today, looking forward to start working with it ! Thanx Nathan :-)
@joreira: Really good read about Data Visualization! Thanks @ajeets for the recommendation. @flowingdata pic.twitter.com/1SxfPjnfkq
@dseverski: Data Points by @flowingdata is a gorgeous and inspiring collection. So much goodness.
@jcwong86: Can already tell it’s gonna be great. Beautiful full bleed graphics. Congrats @flowingdata @nathanyau on its success! pic.twitter.com/6xpGWYlpWf
Thanks again, everyone! Didn’t get your copy yet? You can order Data Points on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your local bookstore. It’s also available in all major ebook formats.