Categories Aesthetics Satire Quantitative Iconography Post author By Rob Myers Post date 2009-08-20 1 Comment on Quantitative Iconography This is clearly intended just as a bit of fun, but it is also a good example of using statistical methods to analyse images – http://io9.com/5340578/proof-that-every-fantasy-book-cover-must-contain-a-sword Related ← R → Quantifying The Canon 1 reply on “Quantitative Iconography” Hi, Your blog “Quantitative Iconography” is really smart: a new research domain to develop. I have done some work on the Iconography of Venus from the Middle Ages to Modern Times. See my website. I hope to find others interesting applying statistical methods. One very remarkable result of my research is the application of the Law of Lotka, well-known in bibliometrics, to artworks. Regards, K. Bender Comments are closed.