On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 10:39 AM, Peter Gold<peter at knowhowpro.com> wrote:

> I guess Tufte didn't verbally indicate "*" and "<G>" with his comment.
> His methods of providing multiple layers of information - sparklines,
> common measurement references across graphics that vary in scale, and
> various graphic schemes that indicate data and information
> relationships - present much of the additional levels of information,
> without additional heading levels. IOW, "organizational problem"
> solutions.

He was pretty heads down at the time. There was a long line of people
eager for him to sign their copies. From the way he said it, though,
and other things he said during the seminar, I'm fairly sure that he
meant no more than three heading levels in text.

I've got to dig out those books. They've been packed since I moved
almost 3 years ago, now, and I wants 'em.


-- 
Lin Sims

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