Neurath, Otto (1882-1945) -Gesammelte bildpadagogische Schriften, herausgegeben von Rudolf Haller und Robin Kinross (1991) [Verlag Holder-Pichler-Tempsky; Wien; p.674]
Increase of working females in textile industry; each figure is a 1000 dressmakers (male/female). [p.24]
No more statistical curves, but strips of figures, like this one from the Geselleschafts- und Wirtschafts-Museum Wien, about the increase of youth education and girls participating in it. [p.44]
An early still anecdotal picture statistic (with somewhat realistic figures) from 1925 about police intervention in public life and the differences according to the day of the week and the usage of alcohol. [p.53]
Example of usage of the picture statistics in the Bezirksmuseum "Am Fuchsenfeld" in the early thirties. A foldable screen system with a standard messure of 125 x 126 cm. (the eye can travel over a large surface on which the picture tableau is montaged, allowing for complex comparisons of both symbolic and spatial qualities, far superior to the restraints of a book page or a small sized computer monitor frame. tj.) [p.199]
Rationalization in Austrian coal industry: each trolley depicts a coal production of 50.000; each figure 200 miners. (more productivity with less workers because of more machinery. tj.) [p.247]
Development of telepgraph lines: the distance between the telephone poles represents each time 100.000 km. [p.319]
This picture belongs to a detailed description of how exhibition panels and a table with educational objects for the Wirtschafts- und Gesellschaft Museum need to be made. The usage is intended for mobile exhibitions at different places in town (period 192501934) [p.380]
"Rehabilitation is part of the healing process": an example from a series of tables explaining aspects of tubercolosis. This table explains the need for inclusion of social help already starting in the hospital to enhance re-integration ("back to a usefull and happy life") after leaving the hospital. [p.443]