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CNN created an interactive quiz that will teach your students about a) making personal changes to support the environment, b) rank-order ..read more
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Mother Jone's magazine maintains a database of mass shooting events in the United States. 25 variables are collected from every shooting ..read more
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Passion-Driven Statistics is a grant-funded, FREE resource that teaches the basic of statistics, including the basics of all of the stuff ..read more
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I love dragging on bad science reporting as much as anyone, but I must give All Of The Credit to the Washington Post and its excellent, ..read more
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I spent many a summer day at Rehoboth Beach, DE. The seagulls there were assholes. They would aggressively go after food, especially your ..read more
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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services produced a bunch of great videos to explain topics related to human subject research. The ..read more
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Malaika Handa, Amber Thomas, and Jan Diehn created a beautiful, interactive website, Colorism in High Fashion. It used machine learning to ..read more
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Josh Katz and Kevin Quealy put together a cool interactive website to help users better understand their NYC commute. With the creation of ..read more
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This is a fine example of using misleading statistics to try and make an argument.USA Today tweeted out this graphic, related to some data ..read more
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You know how every few months, someone Tweets about stock photos that are generated when you Google "professor"? And those photos mainly ..read more

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