Perhaps this question has already been asked (if so, please let me know) but I am looking for books that appeal to visual learners.
I discovered that I am able to understand concepts much quicker and better when they are explained/taught in a visual way. For example the epsilon-delta definition of a limit of a sequence/function only became really clear to me when explained with the help of a graph similar to this one:
I also love the Visually stunning math concepts which are easy to explain
thread on this site because it helped me understand so many things that made no sense to me when I was "just" reading them in a book with no visual illustrations.
Can you recommend some books ,from all areas of mathematics (especially analysis and linear algebra), that would appeal to visual learners like myself?