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Ken

Most plots, except the 3-D pie chart, and plotting features are useful in some situations. Some should be a last resort. It is always worthwhile to get a second opinion, to see if someone else can understand your graphs.

Your link to Naomi Robbins book doesn't work.

Kaiser

Link fixed. Thanks.

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