Sep 29, 2013 - Sep 28, 2014
Sep 29, 2012 - Sep 28, 2013
10. First Time I Heard Multivariate Analysis and Multicollinearity on Mentioned on TV
A humorous look at statistical issues thanks to the Daily Show.
9. Two Years Ago in Stanton Heights
This post from 2011 still gets some traffic on the shooting of three police officers in my neighborhood by a right wing radical.
8. Income and Life Expectancy. What does it Tell Us About US?
My all time most read post on life expectancy and income thanks to a link on the BBC website for the program The Joy of Stats. The link is not there anymore but it still gets some traffic.
7. Global Warming, Wikileaks, and Statistics: What Barry Sanders Can Teach Us
6. Hitler, Napoleon, and Stalin: Outsider Despots
This post is from this year on the history of three outsiders who exploited power vacuums to become absolute rulers of their countries. Their similarities and differences are described.
5. The World Wars and Today's Wars
This post is related to the number 6 post on this list as it is the 100th anniversary of the First World War and many of today's problems in the Middle East are tied to what happened 100 years ago.
4. Bullying & Society
A post from 2010 where I argued that bullying is a reflection of society's greater ills.
3. A Geographical Represenation of the Mode and Ethnicity
A post from last November on ethnicity in the United States and how it corresponds to other regional differences.
2. Correlation with the Number of Hate Groups per Million, Poor Health Suggests More Hate
A look at the concentration of hate groups in each state and health outcomes.
1. A Wave of Hate Groups in California? No in Washington, DC
This post managed to make the all time most viewed list. The number of hate groups in the US in each state is standardized by the size of each state's population. The results are surprising.