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Originally posted on Data Science Central

Do you want to learn the history of data visualization? Or do you want to learn how to create more engaging visualizations and see some examples? It’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the amount of information available today, which is why sometimes the answer can be as simple as picking up a good book.

These seven amazing data visualization books are a great place for you to get started:

1) Show Me the Numbers: Designing Tables and Graphs to Enlighten, Second Edition

Stephen Few

2) The Accidental Analyst: Show Your Data Who’s Boss

Eileen and Stephen McDaniel

3) Information Graphics

Sandra Rendgen, Julius Wiedemann

4) Visualize This: The FlowingData Guide to Design, Visualization, and Statistics

Nathan Yau

5) Storytelling with Data

Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic

6) Cool Infographics

Randy Krum

7) Designing Data Visualizations: Representing Informational Relationships

Noah Iliinsky, Julie Steele

To check out the 7 data visualization books, click here. For other articles about data visualization, click here.

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