I build R Shiny apps quite a lot, and one of the common uses is to allow dynamic filtering of the underlying data, so that you can adjust a chart or a table based on some particular subset of interest.
As I read various articles and advice on ‘storytelling’, I see a dangerous trend that encourages individuals away from a research-based approach and runs the risk of major organizations taking erroneous decisions based on a glossy but often inaccurate version of the facts.
As a child I had a recurring dream. I was chasing someone important — can’t remember who — but my life depended on reaching them. I kept getting closer, but not close enough.
If we mean what we say about diversity, then the movement in diversity statistics in the coming decades must substantially outpace that of recent decades. This is both an immense challenge and an incredible opportunity.
“The system goes on-line August 4th, 1997. Human decisions are removed from strategic defense. Skynet begins to learn at a geometric rate. It becomes self-aware at 2:14 a.m. Eastern time, August 29th. In a panic, they try to pull the plug.”