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What are the most educated counties in the US?

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The 25 US counties with the highest percentage of bachelors and graduate degrees.

The representative reviewers project for the SJDM conference

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We have a plan to make the conference’s review committee representative.

Most soccer matches are within one goal of 1-0

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We know soccer is a low scoring sport, but how many matches do you think end within one goal of 1-0?

Visualizing population density

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MANHATTAN IS MORE EXTREME THAN YOU THINK IN POPULATION DENSITY Slinging numbers around all day, one adage we believe is that most surprising statistics are wrong. But here’s one that’s not: When you look at the 100 most populous counties in the USA, Manhattan (aka New York County) has about twice the population density of […]

Job opening with Morningstar’s behavioral science team

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Morningstar is looking for an applied behavioral scientist, to help understand and overcome the behavioral obstacles that individuals face to financing their retirement.

How long do prison escapees go before being caught?

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How long do prison escapees go before being caught?

When did same-sex marriage laws become effective by state?

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In light of the good news today that the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have the right to marry in the United States, we thought we’d look when various states allowed same-sex couples to marry (if they did at all) before today.

Chances of going to college based on parent’s income

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What is the chance of a kid going to college based on parent’s income?

Winning streaks in baseball

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How rare are winning streaks in baseball?

Put the size of countries in perspective by comparing them to US states

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Wouldn’t it be cool for US readers to see how big foreign countries are by comparing them to presumably familiar US states?
Wouldn’t it be cool for non-US readers to see how big US states are by comparing them to presumably familiar countries?