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F1 2012 Mid-Season Review

August 30, 2012 | Tony Hirst

Rather belatedly, I got around to posting a series of posts summarising the Formula One season to date: F1 2012 Mid-Season Review – Grid/Classification Analysis: for example, how do the drivers’ grid and final classifications compare? F1 2012 Mid-Season Review – Pit Stops: for example, how does pit stop performance across the teams ... [Read more...]

Rescuing Twapperkeeper Archives Before They Vanish

December 10, 2011 | Tony Hirst

A couple of years or so ago, various JISC folk picked up on the idea that there might be value in them thar tweets and started encouraging the use of Twapperkeeper for archiving hashtagged tweets around events, supporting the development of that service in exchange for an open source version ... [Read more...]

On the Public Understanding of – and Public Engagement With – Statistics: Reflections on the OU Statistics Group Conference on “Visualisation and Presentation in Statistics”

May 24, 2011 | Tony Hirst

Last week I attended the OU Statistics conference on Visualisation and Presentation in Statistics (VIPS) (notes: here and here) One of the things that struck me from conversations and some of the presentations was that statistics – and in particular public engagement around statistics – appears to be lagging science efforts in ... [Read more...]

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