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 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 - Let's see what The Wheel of Non-Causal Relationships...
Winners: Michael Posner, Michele Balik-Meisner, Mickey Dunlap, and Larry Lesser.
- April 2017 - With only a limited number of helicopters, search and...
Winners: Mickey Dunlap, Larry Lesser, Chris Lacke, and Aaron Profitt.
- May 2017 - Better to stratify and not need it...
Winners: Jim Alloway, Larry Lesser, and John Bailer.
- June 2017 - An insider's view of a matched pair design.
Winners: Larry Lesser, Sondra LoRoe, Robert Hauss, and Anikah Norton.
- July 2017 - Dare to dive deep into the number-pool...
Winners: Debmalya Nandy, Larry Lesser, and Jim Alloway.
- August 2017 - Queued for food, the customers failed grasp expected average...
Winners: Larry Lesser and Jim Alloway.
- September 2017 - Charts not starting at 0 make doctors lose their patience.
Winners: Larry Lesser, Kyle Falbo, Anonymous User, and Chantal Larose.
- October 2017 - Since Joe was the only one to do a power analysis before...
Winners: Greg Snow, Malcolm Wells, and Jim Alloway.
- November 2017 - We were unable to reach significance due to insufficient power.
Winners: John Dawson, Joy Xiong, and Matt Rissler.
- December 2017 - Beggars can’t be choosers if they pick at random.
Winner: Larry Lesser