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A brief introduction to colliders October 28, 2019 - Blog written by Sean Roberts, Research Associate, Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Bristol Causal graphs Causal graphs are great ways of expressing your idea about how the world works. They can also help you design your analyses, including choosing what you need to control for in order to exclude alternative explanations for the patterns you ...
Flying far from the nest – the biggest adventure or a mental health disaster? September 30, 2019 - A blog post by Angharad Stell, PhD student, Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol Mental health at university has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Every day seems to bring a new shocking article: “one in four students suffer from mental health problems” [1] “student suicide increase warning” [2] ...
The Beauty of Data 2019 – A JGI data visualisation competition September 16, 2019 - We are excited to announce that the winner of the 2019 JGI Beauty of Data competition is Vincent Cheng from Population Health Sciences with his visualisation project ‘Automated Forward Citation Snowballing using Google Scholar and Machine Learning’. The winning visualisation is a short video, and you can view the full submission below:   About the ...
Loneliness competition winners announced September 3, 2019 - We are pleased to announce that the winners of the competition are Nina Di Cara from Population Health Sciences and Tiff Massey, Analyst from Ernst and Young with their project 'Is loneliness associated with movement for education?'. The specific research question assumes that in most cases, movement for primary and secondary education is associated with ...