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!
- June 2016 - I told you outliers can be influential!
Winners: Albert Koenig, Janet Zupkus, and Kayden Schaff.
- July 2016 - Now this is what I call a 25% chance of nice weather!
Winners: Michael Huberty, Larry Lesser, Deb Sedik, and Debmalya Nandy.
- August 2016 - I know that data visualization is a hot topic...
Winners: Barb Osyk, Aaron Profitt, Mickey Dunlap, and Elizabeth Stasny.
- September 2016 - Even a crash course in model-fitting...
Winners: Eugenie Jackson, Amy Nowacki, Mickey Dunlap, Semra Kilic-Bahi, John Vogt, and Kevin Schirra.
- October 2016 - Thank you for being part of this Gallop Poll!
Winners: Larry Lesser, Alan Russell, Anna Peterson, Erin Hodgess, Jeff Collier, and Catharina Beussen.
- November 2016 - Dr. Frankenstein accepted the null for the last time.
Winners: Andrea Boito, Caleb Ohrn, and an anonymous user.
- December 2016 - Mark was pleased to note that he was a significant outlier...
Winners: Robert Garrett and Larry Lesser.
- January 2017 - The Elevator Paradox has its ups and downs
Winners: Larry Lesser, Robert Garrett, and an anonymous author.
- February 2017 - Paleontologists finally discover the origin of using a...
Winners: Mickey Dunlap and Michael Via.
- March 2017 - Accepting Submissions