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Quarry
Run SQL queries against Wikipedia & other databases from your browser!
statistics  inspiration  wikipedia  data  sql 
may 2018 by jberkel
Maybe moderate drinking isn't so good for you after all
Older adults are now a rapidly growing population for whom alcohol use can have serious ramifications and we must consider any claims of health benefits cautiously
health  statistics  alcohol 
february 2017 by jberkel
2016 will be the hottest year on record, UN says | Environment | The Guardian
2016 will very likely be the hottest year on record and a new high for the third year in a row, according to the UN. It means 16 of the 17 hottest years on record will have been this century.
globalwarming  statistics 
december 2016 by jberkel
American Time Use Survey Home Page
The American Time Use Survey (ATUS) measures the amount of time people spend doing various activities, such as paid work, childcare, volunteering, and socializing.
data  statistics  survey 
october 2016 by jberkel
Normalisr: Time-based charts of your last.fm music data
A little application to rank your favourite artists and albums by an estimation of how long you have spent listening to them.
last.fm  mashup  statistics 
december 2009 by jberkel
Project ‘Gaydar’: An MIT experiment raises new questions about online privacy - The Boston Globe
At MIT, an experiment identifies which students are gay, raising new questions about online privacy
facebook  privacy  research  socialnetworking  statistics  toread 
september 2009 by jberkel
Why the Statistics Point Toward Progress - BusinessWeek
Hans Rosling, a Swedish physician and thinker, argues that the recession is just a tiny setback
economics  recession  statistics  toread 
september 2009 by jberkel
Official Google Research Blog: On the predictability of Search Trends
"Over half of the most popular Google search queries are predictable in a 12 month ahead forecast, with a mean absolute prediction error of about 12%."
google  news  research  search  statistics  trends 
august 2009 by jberkel
Code: Flickr Developer Blog » The Shape of Alpha
Over time this got us wondering: If we plotted all the geotagged photos associated with a particular WOE ID, would we have enough data to generate a mostly accurate contour of that place? Not a perfect representation, perhaps, but something more fine-grained than a bounding box. It turns out we can.
flickr  geotagging  maps  programming  statistics 
july 2009 by jberkel
Revealing Paris Through Velib’ Data
The resulting animation shows the spatio-temporal state of the system and the mobility patterns of its users. One intention behing these visualization is to explore how accumulated data can help people to grasp the availability and quality of the system o
paris  statistics  visualization 
march 2008 by jberkel
Running the Numbers - An American Self-Portrait
This new series looks at contemporary American culture through the austere lens of statistics. Each image portrays a specific quantity of something: fifteen million sheets of office paper (five minutes of paper use); 106,000 aluminum cans (thirty seconds
art  photography  statistics 
april 2007 by jberkel
Wired 14.07: What Kind of Genius Are You?
“Pablo Picasso did this copy of a Raphael drawing when he was 17 years old,” the professor told the students. “What have you people done lately?”
art  learning  research  statistics  toread 
october 2006 by jberkel

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