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a picture is worth a thousand words

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EtymologyEdit

Reportedly first used by Frederick R. Barnard, in Printer's Ink (December, 1921), while commenting that graphics can tell a story as effectively as a large amount of descriptive text.[1]

ProverbEdit

a picture is worth a thousand words

  1. A visualisation is a better description than a verbal description.

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