Substantive blogging will be brisk this week until I finish drafting an article I am working on and get it off to my co-author.
- The danger of tiny samples: “The failure to understand that events occur randomly is a failure to understand causality”. Couldn’t have said it better myself.
- IBM’s Predictive Ideas Market: IBM is crowdsourcing innovative ideas to make cities ‘smarter’
- Visualization of the Day: Total Eclipse of the Heart (priceless)
- Crowdsourcing Repression: Like many things, crowdsourcing is nothing more than a method, a process. It is value-neutral. It can be used for positive and negative ends.
- Fantasy Football Resources for data geeks: my buddy Drew Conway provides a fine list