Statisticomics Ben Orlin Cartoons April 22, 2015April 17, 2015 1 Minute cartoons on all your favorite statistical issues! and some of your favorite non-statistical issues, too! Tracking the Polls User Response Rate Amazon’s Algorithms How Do You See Your Fellow Travelers? Race Against Time Share this:FacebookTwitterMoreEmailLike this:Like Loading... Taggedparadoxespolitical pollingpoliticians swaying in the wind like cattails Published April 22, 2015April 17, 2015
6 thoughts on “Statisticomics”
“Like fighting a war against battlefields” Brilliant! 🙂
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I love your drawings! Maybe you can rename your blog “Math with hilarious drawings” although maybe that wouldn’t fly because it might come across as presumptuous or something. I guess I as the reader will rename it in my head, because I find your drawings hilarious and good. I particularly enjoyed “How do you see your fellow travelers?” because it is so true. I do see other cars as competitors. I see other cyclists as fellow environmentalists. And I see cars as steel menaces when I’m the pedestrian. 😀
I love the “race against time,” section. It makes me think of the high-stakes testing that students are doing this week. I’ll be sharing this on my face book page for all my teacher friends.
I enjoyed the User Response Rate section and will use it with my class next week. Thanks!