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Sunday data/statistics link roundup (1/27/2013)

Wisconsin is decoupling the education and degree granting components of education. This means if you take a MOOC like mine, Brian's or Roger's and there is an equivalent class to pass at Wisconsin, you can take the exam and get … Continue reading

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Sunday Data/Statistics Link Roundup (2/12)

An awesome alternative to D3.js - R’s svgAnnotation package. Here’s the paper in JSS. I feel like this is one step away from gaining broad use in the statistics community - it still feels a little complicated building the graphics, … Continue reading

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Sunday Data/Statistics Link Roundup (2/5)

Cool app, you can write out an equation on the screen and it translates the equation to latex. Via Andrew G. Yet another D3 tutorial. Stay tuned for some cool stuff on this front here at Simply Stats in the … Continue reading

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Sunday Data/Statistics Link Roundup

Statistics help for journalists¬†(don’t forget to keep rating stories!)¬†This is the kind of thing that could grow into a statisteracy page. The author also has a really nice plug for public schools.¬† An interactive graphic to determine if you are … Continue reading

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