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The Dos and Don’ts of Communicating with Data: The double y-axis

By Samantha Tyner
This post is a version of another posted on the author’s personal blog. On a previous blog post I explain in detail how to reconstruct a graph to make clear the information it aims to convey. This
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Do No Harm: An Ethical Data Life Cycle

By Vandana Janeja
Although research protocols to protect human beings have been in place for a while now, the pervasiveness of multiple types of data and their use make it less clear where the impact on human beings is
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Increasing participation of women in computing fields: A data science perspective

By Vandana Janeja and Lucy Erickson
We live in an age when everyone understands the importance and pervasiveness of data—the pictures we take, the activities we track, the transactions we make, and the websites we visit. Data can often

PODCAST | What makes a data scientist?

By Claire Schulkey
"Data Scientist" is listed as the “Sexiest Job of the 21st Century” by the Harvard Business Review, but what is data science and what do data scientists do? Claire Schulkey investigated the question

Federal Data Sharing

By Danielle Friend
This post accompanies the Sci on the Fly podcast “Data Science.” In the last Sci on the Fly podcast on data science, several data scientists were asked “What is data science?” Although each data
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