## OkCupid Blog RIP...

So I take it that the OkTrends blog was killed off after Match bought OkCupid. Where can I now get my regular fix of really interesting statistics presented at a level that the lay person can understand? (I already know about Nate Silver and xkcd's What If.)
posted by capricorn on Jul 7, 2013 - 7 answers

## Envisioning a syllabus on the Display of Quantitative Information

I am planning on teaching a course on data visualization to some Ph.D. students in the social sciences, and could use some ideas about designing the syllabus. If you have taken or taught such a course, I would especially value your input, but I would also love to hear from any among you who have experience doing data visualization.

## So how do people make those nice graphs?

What are some super simple graph making programs?
posted by boobjob on May 11, 2011 - 11 answers

## Rates of success?

Statistics question: is it possible to test sets of cumulative data for significant differences in rate?
posted by rollick on Nov 4, 2009 - 9 answers

## Infogasm

I have some friends collecting movie & music data for the month of August - what are some innovative/interesting things I can do with the results?
posted by troika on Aug 3, 2009 - 3 answers

## Visually exploring and representing survey data.

Best ways to visually explore a large survey data set?
posted by proj on May 7, 2008 - 9 answers

## Name that Chart!

Excel help: How do I make a chart which displays my values as bars extending above and below a particular line.
posted by arcticwoman on Mar 9, 2008 - 12 answers

## Fondness of O.P.P.

Can you help me find funny graphs/charts to show in my university level statistics class? They don't have to be technically correct, I just want something to put onscreen while the students are coming into class. Stuff like this is ok, but SFW is preferable.
posted by arcticwoman on Jan 24, 2008 - 22 answers

## Bet-settlin'-filter: Exponential pond scum growth?

Mrs. Everichon is convinced that there is a law or principle (as in "Foo's Law") which describes the phenomenon wherein a pond can take weeks to become 50% covered in algae, but then the remaining 50% takes only a day.
posted by everichon on Jul 25, 2006 - 9 answers

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