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There is some objective aspect of beauty (in general, at least), as witnessed by Wikipedia's article on Aesthetics: TL;DR: the shorter possible a description is the more beautiful (taking into account the observer's previous knowledge and language) Scientific analysis of aesthetics In the 1990s, Jürgen Schmidhuber described an algorithmic theory ...


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It has already been pointed out in the comments, but I'll provide an answer to elaborate on some of the points made. As you know, line graphs connect data points that have a relationship between successive values, such that taken as a whole they can reveal trends or patterns over another variable (generally temporal like time). If your focus is on the ...


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Before we can define a number of colors, we have to define: What is color? Color isn’t a particular wavelength or property of light, it is a cognitive perception. Color, is a perceptual property, something that occurs deep inside our brains. So if we can't see it, it is not a color. As such, colors are defined based on perceptual experiments. Another term is ...


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I am assuming that users of the ledger are used to the way the ledger looks rather than necessarily being used to how pricing is actually calculated. My point is, that the only reason a user has any idea what is actually happening in the background is because the visual cues they have make it obvious (i.e. they can see the line item amounts and a total ...



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