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Sunday Data/Statistics Link Roundup (9/16/12)

There has been a lot of talk about the Michael Lewis (of Moneyball fame) profile of Obama in Vanity fair. One interesting quote I think deserves a lot more discussion is: “On top of all of this, after you have … Continue reading

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Sunday data/statistics link roundup (7/1)

A really nice explanation of the elements of Obamacare. Rafa’s post on the new inHealth initiative Scott is leading got a lot of comments on Reddit. Some of them are funny (Rafa’s spelling got rocked) and if you get past the … Continue reading

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Sunday data/statistics link roundup (5/27)

Amanda Cox on the process they went through to come up with this graphic about the Facebook IPO. So cool to see how R is used in the development process. A favorite quote of mine, “But rather than bringing clarity, it … Continue reading

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Why does Obama need statisticians?

It’s worth following up a little on why the Obama campaign is recruiting statisticians (note to Karen: I am not looking for a new job!). Here’s the blurb for the position of “Statistical Modeling Analyst”: The Obama for America Analytics … Continue reading

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