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Tag Archives: Segregation
Math Games That Make You Think
In the echo chamber, social media kinda world that we’re living in, network theory is playing an increasingly important role. So I was delighted, this morning, to spend several minutes playing an interactive game by the talented Nicky Case called … Continue reading
Posted in Game Theory, Mathematics and the Arts, Recreational Mathematics Tagged games, graph theory, impact, network theory, Nicky Case, Segregation, Vi Hart Comments Off on Math Games That Make You Think
Turns Out You Can Be Diverse and Segregated At the Same Time
Well, it’s official, I’m an unrelenting fangirl for Dustin Cable’s Racial Dot Map and everything it stands for. If you’re not yet familiar, it’s one of the coolest data visualization projects to come out of the census data. The map … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, Data Science, Statistics Tagged Diversity, Dustin Cable, Nate Silver, Race, Racial Dot Map, Segregation Comments Off on Turns Out You Can Be Diverse and Segregated At the Same Time