Is this a graph? I've never understood graphs. Are you trying to sneak a maths one in under our noses? How do you get to the end frame from the penultimate? Is this a graph? QED.

Oh, no differential calculus was involved here... however it is a phase space based on the following parameters: £(x) where x is number of books sold and F(y) where y is number of column inches... I think there's an attractor somewhere in the top left quadrant.

(Please see PC #47 for more exciting phase spaces!)

Is this a graph? I've never understood graphs. Are you trying to sneak a maths one in under our noses? How do you get to the end frame from the penultimate? Is this a graph? QED.

ReplyDeleteWell, yes... it *is* a graph. But a nice, little simple one.

ReplyDeleteThose at the top, famous; those at the bottom not famous. Those on the left, sold a lot; those on the right, sold nothing.

So, adding it together to get the last frame:

Top left is "famous and sold a lot".

Top right is "famous and sold nothing".

Bottom right is "not famous and sold nothing".

Bottom left is Felix Dennis. :p

And just for you I'll have to sneak a proper maffs one in...

ReplyDeleteAh. I think.

ReplyDeleteHave you used Calculus too?

Oh, no differential calculus was involved here... however it is a phase space based on the following parameters: £(x) where x is number of books sold and F(y) where y is number of column inches... I think there's an attractor somewhere in the top left quadrant.

ReplyDelete(Please see PC #47 for more exciting phase spaces!)

Aaaarghhhhhh!

ReplyDeleteQuick! Call the medics! We need some Humanities Pills immediately!

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