Tag Archives: data analysis

The landscape of data analysis

I have been getting some questions via email, LinkedIn, and Twitter about the content of the Data Analysis class I will be teaching for Coursera. Data Analysis and Data Science mean different things to different people. So I made a … Continue reading

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The value of re-analysis

I just saw this really nice post over on John Cook's blog. He talks about how it is a valuable exercise to re-type code for examples you find in a book or on a blog. I completely agree that this … Continue reading

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Sunday data/statistics link roundup (12/9/12)

Some interesting data/data visualizations about working conditions in the apparel industry. Here is the full report. Whenever I see reports like this, I wish the raw data were more clearly linked. I want to be able to get in, play … Continue reading

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Pro Tips for Grad Students in Statistics/Biostatistics (Part 1)

I just finished teaching a Ph.D. level applied statistical methods course here at Hopkins. As part of the course, I gave one “pro-tip” a day; something I wish I had learned in graduate school that has helped me in becoming … Continue reading

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Sunday data/statistics link roundup (5/20)

It’s grant season around here so I’ll be brief: I love this article in the WSJ about the crisis at JP Morgan. The key point it highlights is that looking only at the high-level analysis and summaries can be misleading, … Continue reading

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