Posts Tagged ‘ Politics ’

2018 Outlook on Fake News

January 8, 2018
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2018 Outlook on Fake News

Kaiser Fung, founder of Principal Analytics Prep and author of Numbers Rule Your World, discusses fake news, a hot topic in 2017, and offers his views on what might happen in 2018.

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Overselling predictive models (Hint: future performance matters)

December 18, 2017
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Kaiser Fung, author of Numbersense and founder of Principal Analytics Prep, discusses the rejection of a predictive model used to find vulnerable children at risk for child abuse in Chicago.

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Overselling predictive models (Hint: future performance matters)

December 18, 2017
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Kaiser Fung, author of Numbersense and founder of Principal Analytics Prep, discusses the rejection of a predictive model used to find vulnerable children at risk for child abuse in Chicago.

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Three pies and a bar: serving visual goodness

October 24, 2017
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Three pies and a bar: serving visual goodness

Kaiser Fung, founder of JunkCharts and Principal Analytics Prep, simplifies and clarifies a Washington Post pie chart about friends and party affiliation.

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Lop-sided precincts, a visual exploration

October 17, 2017
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Lop-sided precincts, a visual exploration

Kaiser Fung, founder of Junk Charts, a leading data visualization blog, and Principal Analytics Prep, a premier data analytics bootcamp, discusses and remakes a Washington Post chart showing lop-sided precincts in the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

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Let’s not mix these polarized voters as the medians run away from one another

October 10, 2017
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Let’s not mix these polarized voters as the medians run away from one another

Long-time follower Daniel L. sent in a gem, by the Washington Post. This is a multi-part story about the polarization of American voters, nicely laid out, with superior analyses and some interesting graphics. Click here to see the entire article....

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Starstruck and doubled over: losing poise over Indian charts

August 9, 2017
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Starstruck and doubled over: losing poise over Indian charts

Kaiser Fung, founder of Junkcharts and Principal Analytics Prep, explains why two simple charts from the press in India confused and annoyed readers, offering alternative versions that make a greater impact.

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Visualizing electoral college politics: exercise in displaying relationships between variables

August 3, 2017
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Visualizing electoral college politics: exercise in displaying relationships between variables

Kaiser Fung, founder of Junk Charts and Principal Analytics Prep, a next-gen data analytics bootcamp, shows how to portray complex multivariate relationships using electoral college politics as an example.

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Wheel of fortune without prizes: the negative report about negativity

July 6, 2017
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Wheel of fortune without prizes: the negative report about negativity

Kaiser Fung, creator of Junk Charts and Principal Analytics Prep, re-makes a pair of pie charts that illustrate media coverage in Trump's first 100 days

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What do we think of the "packed" bar chart?

June 7, 2017
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What do we think of the "packed" bar chart?

Xan Gregg - my partner in the #onelesspie campaign to replace terrible Wikipedia pie charts one at a time - has come up with a new chart form that he calls "packed bars". It's a combination of bar charts and...

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