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Analytics Dispatch 6/1/2020

Data science dominates fantasy football

TO THE LEFT
Newly Remote Workers Left Internet Explorer at the Office
As COVID-19 caused many people to start working from home, we observed an interesting trend: a steep decline in the rate of web traffic to our site from people using the Internet Explorer web browser. - Mode Blog

DON’T PRESS DELETE
Exploring Missing Values in naniar
“Exploring and thinking critically about missing data is an important and often overlooked part of exploratory data analysis that can help us to understand what data are missing and why, so that we choose an appropriate method for handling them.” - Allison Horst

TOUCHDOWN!
How Data Science Came to Dominate Fantasy Football
Anecdotes ruled fantasy football conversations. Then the math nerds crashed the party. - Built In

WHERE THINGS GET BLURRY
Pixelate to Communicate: Visualising Uncertainty in Maps of Disease Risk and Other Spatial Continua
Varying pixelation is a powerful tool for showing point estimates and uncertainty estimates in a single plot or map— especially disease maps. - arXiv

FROM HERE TO THERE
How I Wound Up Being a Quantitative UX Researcher
Quantitative UX researchers and data analysts share a similar base skill set. The main difference is how closely UX researchers work with the product team. - Counting Stuff

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