Terms like “margin of error” and “standard deviation” are less known to the general public than, say, “average” or “median.” But based on controversies related to close election results in the U.S. over the last decade, these are terms we should start becoming familiar with.
If you’re new to orchestral music, the string family of instruments can be a little confusing. Besides size, what’s the difference between the viola and the violin? Or the cello and double bass? Size, not surprisingly, plays a huge role in setting the instruments apart. But there are other differences…
There’s A LOT to love about Fantasy Flight Games’ second edition of Mansions of Madness, but one particular design choice is baffling. In this video, we look at how to randomize tiny decks of cards.
The very first episode of Stats for Geeks’ podcast answers the question: What’s the danger of pulling three poisonous Skittles out of a bowl?
As an avid reader of Runner’s World, I was excited when the current issue contained not only an article titled, “America’s 50 Best Running Cities,” but also the data and methodology for choosing the cities. If you read this blog, you know how I love me some reproducible research.