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 2019 - The Scree(m) Plot
Winners: Larry Lesser and Minu Bhunia
February 2019 - Weight of the logs ≠ log of the waits
Winners: Joseph Gerda and Andrew VanZytveld
March 2019 - The many generations of data science
Winner: Laila Poisson
April 2019 - Qualitative vs Quantitative Research: Tell a Story or Use a Graph?
Winners: Jennifer Ann Morrow, Joe Brickman, Anthony Schmidt, and Larry Lesser
May 2019 - Statisticians are fortune tellers but with greater accuracy
Winners: Mickey Dunlap and Douglas VanDerwerken
June 2019 - Correlation does not imply Constellation
Winners: An anonymous contributor and Larry Lesser
July 2019 - Farmer George found he could track his dried grass yields...
Winner: Greg Crowther
August 2019 - Let's just skip the survey and jump right to the census
Winners: Jim Alloway and Steve Wang
September 2019 - Data cleaning may involve normalization
Winners: Larry Lesser and Douglas VanDerwerken
October 2019 - The moment Newton discovered that data can accelerate innovation
Winners: Eric Vance and Charlie Smith
November 2019 - Take statistics! Because no one can stop the flood of data heading your way
Winners: Shawn Orton and Luke Fanning
- December 2019 - Accepting Submissions