What’s In a Loop?
a blog on learning, analtyics and systems
Monthly Archives: March 2015
I have long believed that fact-based decision making is better, but ironically there has been little evidence supporting that belief. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) conducted research on this very question in the fall of 2014, and concluded that “data-driven” … Continue reading
I was reminded again this past week about how all the new ideas about how to make change and improve things don’t make much difference without practice. I get excited when I read about something new that I can use … Continue reading
The difference between correlation and causation is well known among most data analyst folks, as is the risk of drawing a false conclusion about a causal connection between two variables that are correlated but not causally related. I was talking … Continue reading
When I was a girl of about 9, I was stunned when I realized that the time could be changed by an act of human decision making. I had always taken what my parents, teachers, and even my older siblings … Continue reading