Each month a panel of educators will evaluate the submitted cartoon captions based on their value for teaching statistics. Entries are welcome from all who use or enjoy statistics, including: students, instructors, and professionals. See past entries and ongoing contests below!
January 2021 - Not focusing on graphical data displays is somewhat short sighted
Winners: Charlie Smith, Sara Letardi, and Rowan Collier
February 2021 - Weighing his options, the vendor decided to use a matched pears t-test to determine whether his normal customers bought more fruit on Tuesday or Thursday
Winners: Jeremy Case and Greg Snow
March 2021 - Cross-over design ... gone wrong
Winners: Kelly Spoon, Louis Rocconi, George Divine, and Sara Letardi
April 2021 - From the people who brought you 'Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo Simulation,' 'Honey, I Regressed the Kids,' and 'Angels in the Outlierfield,' get ready for an instant classic, 'The Line King!'
Winners: Christopher Jay Lacke and Brian King
May 2021 - The search for a truly normal distribution ends, yet again, in a mirage
Winners: Dashiell Young-Saver & Francois Bereaud
June 2021 - Ride until you win, the p-value hacking carousel; the longer you ride, the greater the chances of grabbing the elusive gold ring!
Winners: Jim Alloway & Francois Bereaud
July 2021 - Graphs highlight sail-ient features of the data
Winners: Larry Lesser and Jim Alloway
August 2021 - It's important not to over-generalize from a small dataset
Winners: John Bailer, Jim Alloway, Elise Abbot, and Larry Lesser
September 2021 - A good plot brings a jolt of understanding
Winners: Ciaran Evans, Greg Baugher, and Jim Alloway
- October 2021 - Accepting Submissions