• Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median, and Mode

    Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median, and Mode

    Central tendency is a fundamental statistical concept often used to summarize data by identifying its central point. This helps in providing a ‘typical’ value for the dataset. There are three… Read More

  • Extractive vs. Abstractive Summarization: Implications for Program Evaluation

    Extractive vs. Abstractive Summarization: Implications for Program Evaluation

    Summarization is crucial to understanding and evaluating vast amounts of data, particularly in program evaluation. With the proliferation of data and technological advancements, methods have risen to automate the summarization… Read More

  • The Living Wage and Health: Evaluation Implications

    The Living Wage and Health: Evaluation Implications

    The conversation surrounding the concept of a “living wage” has been gaining traction, making headlines as a viable tool to combat various social issues, including poverty, inequality, and adverse health… Read More

  • Understanding Regression to the Mean.

    Understanding Regression to the Mean.

    In today’s data-driven world, understanding key statistical concepts is vital. One such concept is Regression to the Mean. Often encountered in fields like healthcare, finance, and sports analytics, it is… Read More

  • Strategies for Crafting Winning RFPs

    Strategies for Crafting Winning RFPs

    First time here? Before you dig into this post on competitive analysis, check out our previous entries in this series on how to use game theory to respond to proposals…. Read More

  • Understanding the Central Limit Theorem

    Understanding the Central Limit Theorem

    Are you trying to grasp the concept of the Central Limit Theorem? Don’t fret; we’ve got you covered! In this blog post, we will break down the Central Limit Theorem… Read More

  • MLB walkup songs

    MLB walkup songs

    Just to illustrate the point from the previous post, I started playing around with this really small dataset that I found on Kaggle about MLB player walkup songs. Looks like… Read More

  • Feature Engineering vs. Exploratory Factor Analysis

    Feature Engineering vs. Exploratory Factor Analysis

    Wading through the vast universe of data science, I often find myself stumbling upon terms or methodologies that, at first glance, seem to blend into one another. Just today, I… Read More

  • I’ve got your winning lottery numbers right here.

    Update: the good people of Reddit pointed out that the sixth ball, the so-called “power ball,” is independent and goes only from 1-25. So that explains the wonky distribution. I’ll… Read More

  • Exploring Equity Issues in Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) present unique challenges and require specialized care to help the affected individuals reintegrate into society, particularly in educational settings. However, research indicates that access to such… Read More

  • Vaccine Hesitancy at the Intersection of Social, Structural, and Psychological Barriers

    Vaccine Hesitancy at the Intersection of Social, Structural, and Psychological Barriers

    Vaccines save millions of lives worldwide annually, offering longer, healthier lives. However, vaccination disparities persist, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, with economic, racial, and ethnic gaps affecting adult vaccine uptake…. Read More

  • Empowering Small Businesses Growth with Data Analysis

    Empowering Small Businesses Growth with Data Analysis

    Evaluation and data analysis isn’t just for non-profits. In today’s competitive business landscape, small businesses need every advantage to thrive and stay ahead. Data analysis can level the playing field…. Read More