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Density plot – The R Graph Gallery
awesome site of all kinds of r plots ever!!
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16 Ways To Earn More and Make Your Customers Love You [Infographic]
16 Ways To Earn More and Make Your Customers Love You July 20, 2018 at 01:52PM https://ift.tt/2mvM8iI You want to rapidly increase sales, sign ups, or simply clicks on a button, but how do you get started? There are thousands of things you could do and some work better than others. It can be challenging to choose. Here’s a comprehensive checklist compiled by Asgard Analytics of 16 essential things you could do to rapidly improve your website so you can earn more and make your customers love you. via Infographic Journal https://ift.tt/In4pn4
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1 hour ago by leconeyc
Battle royale video games expected to make $20 billion in 2019: CHARTS - Business Insider
Battle-royale games like 'Fortnite' are expected to make $20 billion in 2019 July 20, 2018 at 01:09PM https://ift.tt/2Ldh6en

Free-to-play game "Fortnite Battle Royale" recently passed the $1 billion revenue mark thanks solely to its in-app purchases, according to a new report from SuperData Research.

The multi-platform game sky-rocketed to super fandom following its release in fall 2017, and is now one of the many survival-based video games in which players are pitted against up to 100 other players to see who can fight their way to be the last one standing. These games are part of a genre known as "battle royale", and as this chart from Statista shows, it's a genre that's working for consumers and, as a result, for creators.

Battle Royale games are expected to make at least $2 billion in revenue in 2018 — about seven times the amount they made last year. As more studios jump on the trend, those amounts are expected to increase across platforms again in 2019 (more than double the 2018 revenue for Premium Consoles) increasing revenues twelve-fold within two years' time. 

SEE ALSO: American companies paid significantly more on average for every data breach in 2018 than companies in any other country

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2 hours ago by leconeyc
SNStatComp/awesome-official-statistics-software: An awesome list of statistical software packages useful for creating and accessing official statistics.
An item on this list is awesome because

it is free, open source, and available for download;
it is confirmed to be used in the production of official statistics by at least one institute, or
it provides access to official statistics publications.

We prefer packages that are reasonably easy to install and use, that have at least one stable version, and that are actively maintained.
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4 hours ago by lena
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The European Statistical System (ESS) website is your single entry point to relevant information on the organization and activities of the ESS, both as a whole and for its individual partners.

The ESS website welcome page offers the latest news concerning life in the ESS partners. In addition, the news feeds' page provides news in RSS format, such as press releases, also from all ESS partners.
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4 hours ago by lena
Designers Are From Venus And Developers Are From Mars [Infographic]
Designers Are From Venus And Developers Are From Mars July 20, 2018 at 11:22AM https://ift.tt/2zYcBPC

Designers and developers are poles apart when it comes to thinking alike and making decisions. It is next to impossible to get them to agree on something. If one wants creativity to rule, the other wants reason to take over. It is a challenge to look for a common ground between the two but here is Arpatech’s humble attempt.

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4 hours ago by leconeyc
How to Transform a Boring Office Into a Flexible Workspace [Infographic]
How to Transform a Boring Office Into a Flexible Workspace July 20, 2018 at 11:22AM https://ift.tt/2LAw0Yb

Employers tend to take their workforce for granted instead of taking care of them. You may not be aware that you’re putting your employees’ productivity and quality of work at risk by not addressing their needs. It may not seem like a lot, but something as simple as giving employees the right place to work is one of the ways you can boost your company’s success. And it shouldn’t be just any space but a flexible workspace where they can think creatively, focus on the work at hand better, and collaborate with their peers is the right place for them to be.

The following infographic courtesy of Figari Group, looks at how to transform a boring office into a flexible work-space.

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4 hours ago by leconeyc
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Migrants flock to Gauteng July 20, 2018 at 10:32AM https://ift.tt/2uCObWK

According to the Mid-year population estimates report for 2018 released by Statistics South Africa, the population of South Africa is estimated at 57,7 million as at 1 July 2018. While births and deaths are considered the main drivers of population change, migration continues to be significant, not only demographically but politically, economically and socially.

The report shows that South Africa is estimated to receive a net immigration of 1,02 million people between 2016 and 2021. Most international migrants settle in Gauteng (47,5%) while the least are found in the Northern Cape province (0,7%). Gauteng is considered the economic hub of the country, attracting international migrants as well as domestic migrants from rural provinces such as Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape.

People migrate for a number of reasons; these can be categorised under economic, social-political, cultural or environmental. These categories also relate to what is known as “push” or “pull” factors. The economic strength of Gauteng relates to “pull” factors that influence its attractiveness to migrants. Gauteng receives the highest number of in-migrants for the period 2016 to 2021. Better economic opportunities, jobs, and the promise of a better life are some of the factors that make Gauteng an attractive destination.

The Western Cape receives the second highest number of in-migrants for the period 2016 to 2021. In this instance, the “push” factors are what may drive people from the Eastern Cape (EC) towards the Western Cape. Poor economic activity and lack of job opportunities are strong push factors for migration. According to the Quarterly Labour Force Survey for the first quarter of 2018, the EC had the highest unemployment rate in the country at 35,6%.

 

Movements within and across South Africa’s borders impact not only the population structure of the country and provinces within South Africa, but potentially the economic, political and social composition of a community, province and the country as a whole. Understanding and planning for current and projected migration patterns in South Africa is imperative for continued growth and development.

For the full report please click here

Statistics South Africa, in collaboration with the Department of Social Development will be hosting a National Conference on Migration and Urbanisation in South Africa in 2018. If you would like more information about the conference or you would like to present a paper, please click here.

 

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5 hours ago by leconeyc
Making it in America | Daily Infographic
How 2,000 People Define The American Dream July 20, 2018 at 08:11AM https://ift.tt/2uMv6k9

How 2,000 People Define The American Dream

By Charles | source:ThermoSoft Jul 20th, 2018

What does it mean to “make it” in the U.S.? In the land of opportunity, the American dream lives on — but the definition has changed over time.

We’d all love to retire young or win the lottery, but our standards for success are surprisingly attainable. Perhaps unsurprisingly, people aspire to work from home, have more time off, and spend fewer hours commuting to work, which creates a work-life balance. Is the American dream accessible to everyone? In a perfect world, everyone would have a chance to live their best lives, but we all define success differently.

The top sign of success, according to Americans? Not having to worry about medical bills and being able to donate money to charities and the people you love. Fascinatingly, 77 percent of the people interviewed for today’s infographic wouldn’t want to earn more than $1 million annually. More money, more problems?

Americans also think that traveling more, having a nice house and getting advanced degrees can make someone successful. Almost all of the people surveyed say money is stopping them from feeling successful — but a few people said their loved ones are holding them back.

Being able to exclaim, “Mama, I made it!” is a lofty goal, but if you’re realistic about what you can achieve, you may be surprised at how quickly you reach your version of the American dream.

My goal is to grab life by the reins, though I often get stuck in front of the internet.

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7 hours ago by leconeyc
Data opschonen met statistiek-software R
Statistical Data Cleaning with applications in R
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9 hours ago by lena
CENSUS 2021 NEW METHODOLOGIES TEST | Statistics South Africa
CENSUS 2021 NEW METHODOLOGIES TEST July 20, 2018 at 04:30AM https://ift.tt/2LlD9yx

Working towards a full population count for Census 2021 Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) is embarking on field tests to determine the respondents’ preferred mode of Data Collection. The Census 2021 New Methodologies Test will allow completion of questionnaires by using the Computer Assisted Personal Interview (CAPI), Computer Assisted Web Interview (CAWI), Computer Assisted Telephonic Interview
(CATI) to prepare for the upcoming Census.

CAPI: Stats SA fieldworker will administer the questionnaire face-to-face with the respondent.
CAWI: The respondent will complete the questionnaire online.
CATI: The questionnaire will be completed by the Call Centre agent through a telephonic interview.

THE PURPOSE OF TEST

To establish the respondents’ preferred mode of interview.

To validate the respondents’ preferred mode of data collection to improve participation in Census 2021.

To test whether the proposed methodologies will improve access and participation in gated and highwalled communities.

AREAS SELECTED FOR THE TEST

 The test will be conducted in selected areas in three provinces: Gauteng (City of Tshwane and City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality), KwaZulu-Natal (eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality) and Western Cape (City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality).

DATES FOR THE TEST

The Stats SA fieldworkers will visit all households in the selected areas in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape.

Community Mobilisation:

13 June 2018–31 August 2018

Dwelling Unit Publicity and online registration:

16 July 2018–31 August 2018

Data Collection:

01–31 August 2018 (Reference night: 31 July 2018)

Statistics Act (No. 6 of 1999)

The Statistics Act (No. 6 of 1999) mandates Statistics South Africa to conduct a population census every five ears. Sections 16 and 17 of the Act cover diverse issues such as the obligation of individuals to provide information about themselves and their households; the topics to be included in the census; the confidentiality and disclosure of information that individuals supply; and the role of government ministries and departments in census taking.

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11 hours ago by leconeyc
What to take to a festival: Friends, drink... and a giant bar chart - BBC News
With his guidance we ran what's known as a k-means cluster analysis on our data. It's a way of taking absolutely loads of data and putting it into smaller groups or clusters.
In the real world, the technique is usually used in marketing to target people with adverts based on what other, similar people are into.
But in this case we used our scores to split us into four pairs based on who, statistically, had the most similar music tastes.
That person then had to spend the day with their statistically-chosen partner - and only watch bands together.
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