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Aurore Dupain Jan 13
1/2 - OK out there! I am facing a situation I'd like to enlighten. Here s the story: I met this really nice lady on the ferry boat last month. Never met her before (she started to speak to me because she liked my coat). We exchanged phone numbers...
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ArtsHacker Dec 12
It's ArtsHacker's Fourth Anniversary! To mark the occasion, there’s a special 2018 Year In Review post that highlights the most popular articles, traffic patterns, reader demographics, and all sorts of metrics are sure to enjoy. via
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Jon Niola Dec 12
Replying to @SStirling
Between this and your office's massive Jenga game a while back - now everything makes sense to me. 🙂
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Amy Jan 15
don't see it as an insult, but some self-proclaimed data nerds are masquerading
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Isabella G. Cowdin Jan 3
Calling all ! Recently, the research firm I work for decided to ditch Tableau because of licensing issues. We loved the software but it was becoming a hassle to share work done in Tableau with clients. Are there any alternative software packages you recommend?
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Andrew G. Ferguson Dec 3
This holiday season don’t just give a book, give an argument, a big idea, or a new way of thinking. How to think about data, bias, injustice, privacy, surveillance, and law by .
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Heather Mellet 📣 Dec 5
Early Christmas gifts from one of my dearest and closest sister friends, . She gets the furrowed brow that I make so often. Which I clearly inherited from the Mueller side of my family . 😂 🤣😂🤣😂🤣
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Relief Scout Jan 14
Interesting new information we gleamed from our data: so far there is a bi-module distribution in the age of people seeking relief with CBD - meaning there are two peaks in the data with the most people being between the ages of 35-40 and 60-65.
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Valerie S Dec 19
Yep. Fellow check it out
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Transform Consulting Jan 8
We're pretty crazy about data over here at TCG! In this blog, shares 3 tips on how to present your data in a meaningful way. Check it out!
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M O E  M A L I K Dec 20
A 74 year old coward hiding behind a million mercenary soldiers, willing to let women & children die before he lets go of His 30 year old dusty seat Anything he touches, it loses humanity
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Jennifer Temmer Jan 15
I'm sure this will be of interest to some of the great in my life!!! Excited to look at the datasets!!!
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Kate Davies Jan 11
Sitting in a data presentation to non data people, someone is trying to explain how to read a Bayesian regression model. Talking about confidence, she explained, “it’s kind of like a p value” which made me LOL because I guess when you’re really in it, you’re in it.
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Aimee Myers Dec 10
staff loves to celebrate student growth! Staff digging through student data & deciding what celebrations to highlight for each other makes for an energizing faculty meeting.
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DataRefuge Dec 14
Replying to @DataRefuge
Hello to our friends that led over 50 Events across the country, have you listened to the new podcast yet? and MORE have contributed to our AND to the podcast!
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Strainprint Jan 6
We are all proud and true
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Gavin Heaton Dec 6
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Maths Shed 🐝 Dec 29
Some of the reporting tools from our teacher hub
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Chris Sprague Jan 11
Any Premium users want to share their thoughts? Love the app but $9/month seems kind of steep. Are the extra features worth it?
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Bruce Segal Dec 7
Great resource for who do or & users or other data analysis software
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