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Signal Distortion — Why the Scholarly Communication Economy Is So Weird

Incomplete signals in the scholarly publishing marketplace create problems for every participant. What is the path forward? Continue reading

Math and Discipline — Why Nate Silver’s Accuracy Isn’t About “Big Data”

“Big data” isn’t what the Nate Silver story highlights. It highlights data curation, management, analysis, publication, iteration, and integrity, none of which “big data” guarantees. Continue reading

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