Search results for tag: Statistics (41)

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40.3 million slaves? Four reasons to question the new Global Estimates of Modern Slavery News & Analysis 11/01/17
A look inside the EU budget and what the numbers mean (Guardian Data Blog) Featured Projects 03/09/12
A Mirador for the data forest: From exploration to predictive modeling News & Analysis 06/07/16
A non-technical introduction to machine learning News & Analysis 03/28/17
A vaccine against that anti-data journalism brain News & Analysis 11/05/15
Are you sure about those numbers? An application of Bayesian methods to MSF child mortality rates News & Analysis 10/24/15
Availability of data for gender analysis has increased News & Analysis 12/07/15
Better statistics, better decisions: Increasing the visibility of official statistical data News & Analysis 03/02/17
British intelligence agency releases its map database News & Analysis 12/15/15
Colombia did not vote ‘no’ in its peace referendum – what the statistics reveal News & Analysis 10/12/16
Correcting outliers: The effect of race, education, and the uninsured on Trump’s vote News & Analysis 07/25/17
Data journalism and ethics: What does the industry say? News & Analysis 11/18/15
Data journalism’s finest News & Analysis 01/23/16
DJA nominee of the day: Pedestrian Crashes in Novosibirsk 2011 Featured Projects 05/17/12
DJA nominee of the day: Where Are You on the Global Pay Scale? Featured Projects 05/25/12
Do your statistics stigmatise? News & Analysis 08/05/16
Facts not anecdotes: The value of data journalism according to Matt Stiles News & Analysis 04/05/12
Get curious about data: Insights and lessons on how data works News & Analysis 04/12/16
Get the story right: Logistic regression as a tool for journalists querying categorical outcomes News & Analysis 12/24/17
Getting with The Times: Lessons from the paper’s Data Journalism Editor News & Analysis 12/14/16
Google Cloud DataLab Resources 10/31/17
How Is Washington, DC an outlier?  Let’s count the ways. News & Analysis 05/17/17
Just how unpredictable is the Premier League? Scientists have done the maths News & Analysis 08/22/16
Lies, damned lies and statistics: Why reporters must handle data with care News & Analysis 12/14/16
Make Eurostat more user-centric News & Analysis 07/19/17
Marple: “We tried to automate story finding in data - this is what we learnt” Featured Projects 08/16/17
P-values are like evidence in a criminal trial News & Analysis 09/12/17
Patrie Galere: Shedding light on Italy’s prisons’ death toll Featured Projects 05/29/12
Power tools for aspiring data journalists: Funnel Plots in R Resources 03/09/12
Some Useful Statistical Blogs Resources 03/01/13 Resources 06/12/16
StatWorld Resources 11/28/15
Stranger Things: Analyzing scripts to understand emotion Featured Projects 12/18/17
Studying Africa by numbers can be misleading. What can be done about it? News & Analysis 07/25/16
The seven deadly sins of statistical misinterpretation, and how to avoid them News & Analysis 05/25/17
Tips for Working with Numbers in the News Resources 03/01/13
What are the odds?  How odds ratios can help journalists understand relationships between events News & Analysis 02/08/17
What gets measured gets done: The importance of data in achieving development progress News & Analysis 10/08/15
What’s your angle? Using regression to understand how different variables in a story interact News & Analysis 06/20/17
Why standardization matters: An example of hate groups in the US News & Analysis 03/20/17
“Open Data” + Journalism = ? News & Analysis 10/21/15