Monthly Archives: May 2015

Statistical Analysis

I ran across a book recently that is written to address some of the statistical issues the author has found in many scientific papers. It’s been released online for free, but if you like it and would like a more portable … Continue reading

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The Hidden Patterns in Data

There’s a great TED talk on statistics, and one I’d recommend you watch. However, it’s not so much the topic and data presented, but the way in which it’s presented and broken down that becomes interesting. If we ignore the topic, … Continue reading

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Visualizing the Tally Table

I was reading Dwain Camps’ article on Time Slots and thought it was a very interesting solution to a problem I’ve had a few times. Getting time slots inside of a period that I want to query. If you have … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

I saw Brent Ozar updating his About Me slide, and thought it was interesting. Not sure if I like what he’s done, but it’s different, which usually attracts attention. I updated mine last year, with some help from the people … Continue reading

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