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How to visualise ( data about ) an orgasm

Whilst I know I may well be in danger of sounding like a high school math teacher in constantly trying to make my subject sound fun, when to so many it patently isn’t, I thought I might as well give … Continue reading

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GCSE and NVQ Data: have a go yourself

With deadlines for most City University students looming it seems only fitting that today the Department for Eduction (DfE) released the figures for last years end of Key stage 4 exams. i.e GCSE’s and NVQ’s. The DfE have rather helpfully … Continue reading

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Data Tool of the Week: Many Eyes

When it comes to Data Tools the IBM backed Many Eyes, is something of a heavy hitter. Most Data Tool websites tend to specialise in one type of visualisation or another. But Many Eyes allows you to visualise data in … Continue reading

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Data tool of the week: Mr Data Converter

Everyone – especially me – likes it when a fictional character is given a name consisting of a title and some characteristic. There’s Mr Potato Head (pictured), Dr Evil, and, of course, Mister Hoppy (yipeeee!). So imagine my delight when … Continue reading

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