Tag: StatsBlogs

Open Data Portals: News

(This article was originally published at Blog about Stats, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.) There are new or refurbished open data portals to be announced. opendata.swiss Switzerland just published opendata.swiss in a new look for a better presentation of data. See the

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Habits and open data: Helping students develop a theory of scientific mind

(This article was originally published at BayesFactor: Software for Bayesian inference, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.) This post is related to my open science talk with Candice Morey at Psychonomics 2015 in Chicago; also read Candice’s new post on the pragmatics:

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For a fact-based Worldview

(This article was originally published at Blog about Stats, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.) Hans Rosling, co-founder and promoter of the Gapminder Foundation and of gapminder.org fights with statistics against myths (‘Our goal is to replace devastating myths with a fact-based

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