« Prediction versus explanation: simple to state yet hard to grasp | Main | Numbers indeed rule our world, 10 years out »

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Ken

The Diamond Princess puts an upper limit on the number of cases that aren't found given that there were about 700 cases for 3700 passengers. The South Koreans did a massive amount of testing for their initial outbreak and found less than one asymptotic case per symptomatic. I think other figures are about 30% asymptomatic.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Kaiser Fung. Business analytics and data visualization expert. Author and Speaker.
Visit my website. Follow my Twitter. See my articles at Daily Beast, 538, HBR, Wired.

See my Youtube and Flickr.
Numbers Rule Your World:
Amazon - Barnes&Noble

Numbersense:
Amazon - Barnes&Noble

Search3

  • only in Big Data

Next Events

Jan: 10 NYPL Data Science Careers Talk, New York, NY

Past Events

Aug: 15 NYPL Analytics Resume Review Workshop, New York, NY

Apr: 2 Data Visualization Seminar, Pasadena, CA

Mar: 30 ASA DataFest, New York, NY

See more here

Courses

R Fundamentals, Principal Analytics Prep

Numbersense: Statistical Reasoning in Practice, Principal Analytics Prep

Applied Analytics Frameworks & Methods, Columbia

The Art of Data Visualization, NYU

Signed copies at McNally-Jackson, NYC

Excerpts: Numbersense Ch. 1, 7, 8. NRYW

Junk Charts Blog



Link to junkcharts

Graphics design by Amanda Lee

Community