I wrote a book on data visualization using Mathematica, the tool of my choice for working with and modeling data. The book accumulates some tricks I learned and experimented over several years, and teaches how to create interactive and beautiful visualizations using a combination of graphics primitives and mathematical programming. This is particularly useful for data analysts who are creating tools for themselves. Mathematica has good data modeling capabilities, but without utilizing its powerful graphics primitives, data scientists would be missing out important insights that can be only comprehended visually.
There was no visualization book for Mathematica in the market, even though there are plenty for data analysis and symbolic programming using this tool. I decided to bridge the gap by writing a short primer on this topic. The book can be bought from Amazon, it was published by Packt Publishing.