Weekly Article Roundup- April 25-29

* Who will live and who will die on “Game of Thrones”, according to statistics A project called A Song of Ice and Data (naturally) was put together using the data from the show’s wiki site. Combining this data along with the characteristics of the characters determined who was most likely to kick it. * Robots may […]

Weekly Article Roundup- April 18-22nd

Yes, yes, I know all this blog has been is article roundups the past couple of weeks. I swear I’m working on some behind-the-scenes posts that will offer a little more content. In the meantime…. Weekly Article Roundup! * Titanic Sinking in Real Time I don’t know about everyone else, but my favorite library books as […]

Weekly Article Roundup- April 11-15

* The 101 Guide to Telling Compelling Data Stories We are all bombarded with data and media almost every minute of the day in one form or another. Because of this, it makes it difficult to articulate data to a desired audience. This article examines ways to present results that will be received and evaluated. * Can […]

Weekly Article Roundup- April 4-8

Hello from sunny Arizona! I’m in my home state this week visiting family so I have a shorter post than usual. On the upside, I was able to stock up on Macayo’s enchilada and taco sauce that may only be procured here. Needless to say, I received some odd looks at the checkout. Delicious sauces aside… on to the […]

Weekly Article Roundup- March 28- April 1

** The Physician and the Fitbit- Why Doctors and Administrators Don’t Love Wearables Fitbits (and the like) may make us feel good about taking 3 million steps in a day, but doctors aren’t so keen on taking that generated information at face value. Unfortunately, some of the data generated by these devices are either not useful and/or […]