On paper

Bigwood S, Spore M. Presenting numbers, tables, and charts. Oxford University Press Inc., New York, 2003 (A booklet with plenty of useful tips on using tables and graphics.)

Howitt D, Cramer D. Introduction to statistics in psychology. 4th ed. Pearson Education, 2007 (A very practical, easy-to-read introductory book in statistics, including chapters on data display.)

Self-study. Course SS1000. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Principles of epidemiology. 3rd edition. An introduction to applied epidemiology and biostatistics. (Lesson 4 deals specifically with displaying public health data, nevertheless the whole material is an essential reading for EPIET/FETP fellows.)

Trufte ER. The visual display of quantitative information. 2nd ed. Graphics Press LLC, Connecticut, 2009 (The author was tellingly described by The New York Times as "the Leonardo da Vinci of data".)

Online

Statistics: Power from data! (A comprehensive and very practical learning resource from Statistics Canada.)