The latest Government Requests Report from Facebook shows an increase in requests for data by the UK government of 24% (from the previous 6 month period). 288 more words
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I don’t know why, but this brings me a great sense of comfort in these confused times.
Since the above picture is kind of a flimsy thing to build a whole Statistics Saturday post around, here’s the same picture given a Photoshop filter to look kind of like a fresco and then spun around more or less around the word “pumpkin”. 54 more words
The National Center for Education (NCES) has released Digest of Education Statistics, 2014. The Digest’s purpose is to provide a compilation of statistical information covering the broad field of education from prekindergarten through graduate school. 260 more words
- Hey, that’s great!
- Fantastic! Good luck.
- Oh dear. That’s not right.
- Criminy. That’s just horrible.
- I guess I can understand what the person might be thinking, but I still wouldn’t imagine… 87 more words
Previously, we looked at analyzing a table to see which columns in that table may contain skewed data.
That was a good start, but now it’s time to look at the statistics that exist on that column to see if we can identify potential candidates for filtered statistics, based on the “windows” between histogram steps. 463 more words