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Hillary Clinton spurs 'gender data revolution'

There’s not much news in Hillary Clinton getting on a stage to champion women and girls. The former First Lady turned former Secretary of State turned rumored presidential candidate has made the economic progress of women a priority throughout her career. 662 more words


How Americans Die

Via Andrew Gelman, a great slideshow about “How Americans Die” from Bloomberg. We see the development of American mortality 1968-2010 broken down in several different ways. 49 more words


Looking at key omni-channel analytics - Part 1

Over the past few weeks I’ve been learning about retailers and how they sell via a multitude of channels. The next thing for me now is to learn about some key omni-channel analytics. 948 more words


African Elections Outlook 2015

2015 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting periods in Africa’s election history. However, underlying ethnic and political tensions in several quarters have citizens, human rights advocates and election monitoring groups across the globe fearful of a repeat of past violence. 127 more words


Review: Capital in the 21st Century by Thomas Piketty

Now I have done my share to make Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Piketty a little less unread. Good timing, since he is… 2,266 more words


Data disease and cure

The World Wide Web has really taught us that evolution is unimaginable and the speed at which the world shrinks is directly proportional to the data explosion on internet. 244 more words


Wings of Coenagrion puella vary in shape at the northern range margin (Odonata: Coenagrionidae) [paper summary]

This is part of a series of short lay summaries that describe the technical publications I have authored.  This paper, entitled “Wings of Coenagrion puella vary in shape at the northern range margin (Odonata: Coenagrionidae)”, was published in the International Journal of Odonatology in 2008. 295 more words