Good not Great
For what it is, I enjoyed this book.It’s straight to the point, full of solid information, and is designed to reflect what it preaches.I’m assuming that if you’ve been working with graphics and figures and tables for awhile, much of this won’t be new. But for those like me, who have a basic understanding of why some things work and some things don’t, this deepened my knowledge and gave me concrete items to list when something simply felt “off.”Again,…
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