Posts tagged "gender"
(via Gender bias in math « mathbabe — the size of the effect trumps the existence of the effect)

(via Gender bias in math « mathbabe — the size of the effect trumps the existence of the effect)

World Economic Forum report on the Gender Gap measures for 2012.

World Economic Forum report on the Gender Gap measures for 2012.

Peter Cohen (Family Inequality) redraws the evidence by Randall Munroe (xkcd) that “naming and choosing colors has a subjective component” by gender: “Doing color with babies.” The half-related-other-survey pie charts only half-deliver in my opinion, but the other graphs perform well in showing the perceptual gaps. Do not miss the xkcd survey results, as they contain an additional funny take on the issue.

Peter Cohen (Family Inequality) redraws the evidence by Randall Munroe (xkcd) that “naming and choosing colors has a subjective component” by gender: “Doing color with babies.” The half-related-other-survey pie charts only half-deliver in my opinion, but the other graphs perform well in showing the perceptual gaps. Do not miss the xkcd survey results, as they contain an additional funny take on the issue.

A blog companion to a bunch of courses on quantitative methods.

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