October 1, 2012
I need to become a master of this chart for my new internship. -ijwalker I feel your pain. I hate everything about SEO. I hate the way it defines content. I hate that it guides and then apes conversation. I hate the game aspect. I hate its predatory acolytes. Hate. I do hope that tricking me into publishing this helps you with your internship though.
Nate Silver’s book The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail—But Some Don’t is rife with charts and graphs, as you would expect from the man behind the FiveThirtyEight blog. So we decided to plot just how many graphs, charts, illustrations, and tables populate the text. -thepenguinpress
October 2, 2012
How Not To Suck At Halloween: A Guide To Buying Children’s Affection with Candy Candies were ranked from 1 (worst) to 31 (best) by each of the 5 people who cared enough to make this chart. Overall ranking was determined by simple addition, and standard deviations were calculated using Microsoft Excel 2008. Candies included were chosen based on a 3-hour long formal debate (screaming was involved). Participants: Eric, Elizabeth, Hannah, Dana, and Megan -adorkabubble
October 3, 2012
October 4, 2012
Can someone make sense of this? Posted during the debate tonight as part of a fact check. I can’t make heads or tails of it. -kjbpod This is probably not the best way to show this, but what they are showing is the change in job count, starting at zero, picking two different points to start the count. As you can see, the orange line mirrors the brown parallel.
October 5, 2012