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Show individual data points by splitting bars into smaller cells. Tags: d3.js...
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We talk about geographic bubbles a lot these days. Some areas are isolated,…Tags: communities, connections, facebook, Upshot...
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Hurricane Florence brought a lot of rain, which in turn made river levels…Tags: hurricane, New York Times, water, weather...
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What are the ingredients that make each cuisine? I looked at 40,000 recipes spanning 20 cuisines and 6,714 ingredients to see what makes food taste different.Tags: cuisine, food, ingredient...
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When you try to describe the size of something but don’t have an…Tags: language, n-gram, size...
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There are endangered species where the remaining few in the world could fit…Tags: animals, endangered, Guardian, scale...
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Typhoon Mangkhut went through the northern end of the Phillipines a few days…Tags: 3-d, New York Times, typhoon, weather...
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Gabriel Power writes: Here’s something a little different: clever classrooms, according to which physical characteristics of classrooms cause greater learning. And the effects are large! Moving from the worst to the best design implies a gain of 67% of one year’s worth of learning! Aside from the dubiously large effect size, it looks like the […] The post Don’t get fooled b...
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When has a strikingly simple proof come first? Cropped from London Times 2017 source Michael Atiyah is giving a lecture next Monday morning at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF). It is titled, simply, “The Riemann Hypothesis.” An unsourced image of his abstract says what his title does not: that he is claiming not only a […]...
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This came up in response to a student’s question. I wrote that, in general, you can plot a function y(x) on a simple graph. You can plot y(x,x2) by plotting y vs x and then having several lines showing different values of x2 (for example, x2=0, x2=0.5, x2=1, x2=1.5, x2=2, etc). You can plot y(x,x2,x3,x4) […] The post How to graph a function of 4 variables using a grid appeared first on...
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