The January caption contest cartoon is shown above. The judges found the winning caption to be How does that make you feel to hear the words ‘not normal?’. submitted by Mike Lueke from St Louis Community College. Mike’s caption can help student’s remember to use data to check model assumptions when they make them. Honorable mentions this month go to Dane Joseph from George Fox University for the caption "I just don't see the point anymore, doc. He's always going on about every little thing and I prefer to be discrete,” to Stephen Walsh from Elms College for the caption “And how did it make you feel when your assumptions were not met?” to Cigdem Sirin from The University of Texas at El Paso for the caption “I see one of you tries to normalize everything while the other one always seeks to summarize--let's analyze that!” and finally to an anonymous submission for the caption “Let's discuss the context a bit more before deciding what's normal and what's not-normal.”
As you can see - January had a new record for the number of honorable mentions in the CAUSE cartoon caption contest.
Thanks to everyone who submitted a caption and congratulations to our winners!
- Prof Dev