The first quarter of 2016 is over! We hope your year has been as productive as ours so far. If not, we have some new posts to help with that. From a sure-fire way to explain and talk about risk, to how new education approaches can revolutionize analyst training programs, to why you should think about swapping your pie charts for waffles.
In March you may have missed:
Why solving the pitchbook problem requires thinking outside the bank. (Fix The Pitch)
The chance to geek out over Eric Rattner’s nine unbreakable rules for a perfect value axis. (Fix The Pitch)
A complete, statistically accurate, perfect model for your March Madness bracket, that is until it was busted by Michigan. (Fix The Pitch)
Appreciating the New York Tribune’s pioneering use of line charts to show the progress of cholera. (ProPublica)
A sneaky technique to get clients to say “yes” to more pitches, although this should only be used for good! (Fix The Pitch)
How MOOCs can revolutionize analyst training programs and raise the bar for client materials. (Fix The Pitch)
Visiting the Island of Knowledge and kicking sand on the Shoreline of Wonder, data visualization-style. (Nieman Lab)
A doughnut diversion that makes the case for waffle charts instead of pie charts in pitchbooks. (Fix The Pitch)
Worrying about what a zombie apocalypse may mean for your risk model correlation assumptions. (Fix The Pitch)
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