Each month a panel of educators will evaluate (blind) the submitted cartoon captions based on their edutainment 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 2022 - Data analysis and presentation in our country should not be 'left-wing' or 'right-wing'
Winners: Larry Lesser, Vimal Rao, & Kelly Spoon
February 2022 - Warning: pollster opinions may be reflected in survey results...
Winners: Don Bell-Souder, Sarah Arpin, & Rosie Garris
March 2022 - Even the Statistical Genie-us couldn't beat the house
Winners: Rich Einsporn & Erik Svenneby
April 2022 - Data is right up a statistician's alley!
Winners: Larry Lesser & Debmalya Nandy
May 2022 - The consequences of cutting corners in designing an experiment don’t show up until the end
Winners: Jim Alloway, Elise Lahiere, & Paul Stephenson
June 2022 - While Mike wrote furiously to describe important patterns in the data, Alicia calmly created a visualization to tell the story
Winners: Rob Carver & Rosie Ching
July 2022 - The art of data visualization
Winners: John Montagu & Jim Alloway
August 2022 - Creating the best graphs to describe your data means many revisions get left behind
Winners: Elise Lahiere, Jim Alloway, & Toni Sorrell
September 2022 - Ga-ga in ga-ga out
Winners: Jonathan Boucher & Jim Alloway
October 2022 - Unfortunately, the Tailor's approximation didn't lead to a goodness of fit
Winners: Eric Vance & Stephen Walsh
November 2022 - Keep cooking those numbers. Something useful is bound to pop out!
Winners: Kim Bennett & Jim Alloway
December 2022 - Statistics is becoming so popular that trend lines are becoming trend setters
Winners: Dashiell Young-Saver & Larry Lesser