Month: February 2016

Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics

I love the debate that ensues in the office following the release of a major piece of research and often the racier headline grabbing Omnibus studies too. Even when the study is seriously robust, like the data released last week by the Office for National Statistics on personal wellbeing, it is human nature to query…
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Twitter, are you ok?

This week Twitter revealed a 41% fall in share value since October, when Jack Dorsey was named CEO.  Personally I’ve been a fan of the social media networking site, since falling out of love with Facebook in 2009.  For me, in a personal capacity, Facebook quickly became a time drain, full of unfamiliar faces I’d…
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