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There is/was a master's level course at UB (ELP536) that required Tableau Your Data!: Fast and Easy Visual Analysis with Tableau Software by Murray, Daniel G. and Expanding the Frontiers of Visual Analytics and Visualization edited by John Dill, Rae Earnshaw, David Kasik, John Vince, Pak Chung Wong.
Here are some other supplementary materials:
- Review of Beautiful Evidence by Edward Tufte Aug 2006
- Information Visualization, Design, and the Arts Jan 2010
- The Power of Visual Business Intelligence Mar 2006
- Data Visualization — Past, Present, and Future Cognos
- What Ordinary People Need Most from Information Visualization Today Aug 2008
- Sometimes We Must Raise Our Voices Jan/Feb 2009
- Improve Your Vision and Expand Your Mind with Visual Analytics Tableau
- Choosing Colors for Data Visualization Maureen Stone, Jan 2006
- Visual Pattern Recognition Cognos
- Visualizing Change: An Innovation in Time-Series Analysis Sep 2007
Thanks you so much! This is very helpful. I like Murray's book. I will definitely check out the Expanding Frontier book. Great reference list. The Edward Tuft book has been a bible of the visualization concepts. Any books that has actual end-of chapter exercises or even instruction aids? They may still be in the making.