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Graph of the Week featured as an educational tool
Graph of the Week has been used as an educational tool several times since its inception. For me, this is always very satisfying to see. The latest feature is in Participatory Science  in which they exhibited the 2014 Winter Olympics "home court advantage" ...
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Three Yards and a Cloud of Dust: The Evolution of Passing in the NFL
Introduction "Three yards and a cloud of dust" (1) - that's how Woody Hayes described his "crunching, frontal assault of muscle against muscle", the offense that defined the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 50s and 60s. He went on say that, in regards to the pass...
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Depressed? Perhaps you had childhood abdominal issues...
I admit that when CBS News published an article with the title " Childhood stomach aches may lead to anxiety, depression as an adult ," I cringed a little. My first thought was Uh-oh, this sounds like another mis-understanding of the " correlation does not ...
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The Rise, Fall and Rise of English Triple Crown Racing Speeds
A horse with a crimson “6” displayed on either side of its girth processes to the parade ring. There are people milling about, looking over “Six” as well as the other entrants for the 2013 running of the St. Leger Stakes. Alongside Six stands a very short, ...
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David vs. Goliath in Men's Professional Tennis
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Olympic home-court advantage: Russia wins big
I wrote an article about two years ago reviewing various methodologies to predict the home country's medal count. Nearly all of the relevant research at the time predicted between 24 and 31 medals, which is the range I used, backed by that same research. Ru...
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Are you nuts for nuts?
In this article ("Eat Nuts, Live Longer") by Alexandra Sifferlin , she reports on a study which examined the causes of death of health professionals. One of the interesting aspects of the study revealed a link between nut consumption and longevity. In other...
In this article ("Eat Nuts, Live Longer") by Alexandra Sifferlin, she reports on a study which examined the causes of death of health professionals. One of the interesting aspects of the study revealed a link between nut cons...
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Welcome!
Welcome all! This will be the blog space for Graph of the Week. It's time that I start writing about the industry in addition to the article which I have submitted as part of it. It is my desire to offer insights into the following areas: Graphing Data Prog...
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David vs Goliath in a game of tennis. 
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