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What book for my desk at work?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Star, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. level32

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    I have edward tufte's graphing/charting book on my shelf. This is sort of an inspirational reference but it was bought by me and placed there to read and to use when trying to display some data in a usable and attractive way

    I also have a textbook from an Economic Analysis of Law class I took...everything else was either pulled from our library/given to me/expensed to a client (SAS reference, a corp fin textbook, a couple of books on mapping, etc)
     

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