There’s been a lot of big stories this month: the Cubs finally made it to the World Series, the internet broke for most of America, Westworld’s “man in black” may actually be a good guy? And we’re not even going to get into the Election. Below are some of the stories and topics we discussed on Fix the Pitch over the past few weeks.
In October you may have missed:
Strategizing how to boost your pitch:win ratio. (Fix The Pitch)
The data controversies data expert Robert Kosara has covered in the ten years of his Eagereyes blog. (Eagereyes)
Some basic rules about labeling axes vs. labeling data from Chief Content Officer, Eric Rattner. (Fix The Pitch)
The surprising breakdown of dialogue by gender in The Simpsons. (Todd W. Schneider)
Being able to say to your parents “actually I’m a smart creative.” (Fix The Pitch)
Twenty years of the NBA in one amazing data viz. (Polygraph)
Actually getting your email read. (Fix The Pitch)
Creating an endless supply of histograms. (Fix The Pitch)
Knowing if your home state was red or blue in the 1920s with this two-party map. (FlowingData)
Starting an office argument about who you could beat in a fight: Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger. (Fix The Pitch)
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