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I'm in the process of creating a mini-directory featuring the most useful links for our community. If you have any recommendations (preferably links to directory or organizations), feel free to tell us.

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Hi Charles,

Glad to hearing back from you. I've added a link to Sconsig on AnalyticBridge, see the left hand side. Please could you add a link to datashaping.com on Sconsig.com (in the footer, preferably)?

Thank you,
Vincent
One interesting link found today in my mailbox: Statlinks. See below what's on their front page today.

1. AnalyticBridge (www.analyticbridge.com)
Leading network for analytic professionals.

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2. Radio revenue data from Charlotte (heavylifting.blogspot.com)
1 point by nbarrowman about 2 hours ago comment


3. Hockey Analytics - Research (www.hockeyanalytics.com)
Devoted to the Scientific Exploration of the Game of Hockey

1 point by nbarrowman about 3 hours ago comment


4. In Making NCAA Picks, a Statistical Model Proves Most Accurate | Popular Science (www.popsci.com)
Georgia Tech statisticians use Markov chains for a combined 83 percent accuracy over the past nine tournaments.

1 point by nbarrowman about 18 hours ago comment


5. TED | Talks | Peter Donnelly: How juries are fooled by statistics (video) (www.ted.com)
21 minute video. Oxford mathematician Peter Donnelly explores the common mistakes we make in interpreting statistics, and the devastating impact these errors can have on the outcome of criminal trials. Statistical uncertainty and randomness, he says, confound many of our assumptions about the world. He shares the case of a British woman wrongly convicted of murdering her two infants -- a verdict reached, in part, by the misuse of statistics.

1 point by nbarrowman about 18 hours ago comment


6. "g, a Statistical Myth" (Cosma Shalizi) (cscs.umich.edu)
With a discussion of factor analysis...

1 point by tdanford 1 day ago comment


7. "Why I don't like Bayesian statistics" (Andrew Gelman) (www.stat.columbia.edu)
Posted on April Fool's day.

1 point by tdanford 1 day ago comment


8. Junk Charts: Hanging tough (junkcharts.typepad.com)
A tree-structured graph shows disparities in literacy.

1 point by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


9. (theinfo) (theinfo.org)
Another Aaron Swartz project. A reasonable list of available datasets, although most of them will probably be familiar to anyone who's paying attention.

2 points by tdanford 1 day ago comment


10. Good Math, Bad Math : Introduction to Linear Regression (scienceblogs.com)
2 points by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


11. Good Math, Bad Math : Schools of thought in Probability Theory (scienceblogs.com)
0 points by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


12. Random Variables | Good Math, Bad Math (scienceblogs.com)
0 points by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


13. Does winning an Oscar make you live longer? (blogs.mbs.edu)
1 point by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


14. UN Make Large Amounts of Data Available (eagereyes.org)
2 points by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


15. Box Plot | Information & Visualization (informationandvisualization.de)
The boxplot meets CSS/Javascript.

1 point by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


16. A Case Against Evidence Based Medicine? (www.iq.harvard.edu)
Funny how such a lampoon can trigger a flame war on the BMJ website.

1 point by nbarrowman 1 day ago comment


17. U.S. voting trends by class (www.stat.columbia.edu)
Professionals (doctors, lawyers, and so forth) and routine white collar workers (clerks, etc.) used to support the Republicans more than the national average, but over the past half-century they have gradually moved through the center and now strongly support the Democrats.
Vincent,

You are guru in Web Analytics and I just created my first web site www.goometer.com in this area and my first post about it in www.analyticbridge.com.

so I am very interesting to know your opinion about the job.

Thank you,

Alex
Not sure if this link has been posted already, but it's a great data mining blog:
http://datalligence.blogspot.com

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