Statistics Done Wrong—A Woeful Podcast Episode

Beginning: Statistics are misused and abused, sometimes even unintentionally, in both scientific and business settings. Alex Reinhart, author of the book “Statistics Done Wrong: The Woefully Complete Guide” talks about the most common errors people make when trying to figure things out using statistics, and what happens as a result. He shares practical insights into how both scientists and business analysts can make sure their statistical tests have high enough power,

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How Nonprofit Data Analysis Can Help NGOs Fulfill their Social Mission

Why use nonprofit data analysis, you ask? NGOs, or non-profits here in the U.S., fulfill a very important role as they seek to accomplish social good. They are in a unique position that allows them to see social need and react to it in ways that often times have more impact than other organization’s efforts could. However, until now, nonprofit data analysis is still not widespread in the nonprofit sector. In

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The National Water Model: Joan Didion’s “Holy Water” Essay Incarnate

As you watch the soundless video below, you may find this real-time flow of the national water model mesmerizing. Joan Didion would. It’s her 1979 essay on water come to life. In her essay on water, she described her fascination with the journey water makes. It is something that most people don’t even think about. She guided her readers through the water path, tracing where it goes and the impressiveness

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Why Use Tableau? A Guide to Tableau Uses for Big Data Analysis and Viz

With the advent of Big Data, different tableau uses come into place. So we decided to share answers to your question, ‘Why Use Tableau?‘ While Big Data can have a variety of definitions, a simple one is ‘Lots of Data, No Insight’. Otherwise, we’d all be talking about Actionable Data or Our Analytics Advantage. Fortunately, Tableau makes it easy to get these. Before anything, let’s understand what is the use

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