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    The Sensemaking-for-Clients Spectrum, Part I

    Posted on September 13, 2016 by in Cognitive Edge, SenseMaker®, Statistics, Tableau Software

    Several weeks ago, as Laurie prepared for the Cognitive Edge workshop that she and Zhen Goh taught in Houston on September 8-9, Analysis to Action with SenseMaker®, we talked about a question of pedagogy, of “pitch”: How do you teach material when the level of experience and expertise of the potential attendees is diverse? More […]

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  • Quilts, door knobs, and iPhones

    Posted on June 17, 2012 by in Cognitive Edge, Scholarly articles

    This post originally appeared on the Cognitive Edge blog on December 6, 2010. My job as Consultant at Cognitive Edge doesn’t require keeping up with the Joneses (or any other Welsh families for that matter). Nonetheless, I recently was reading some of The Savage Mind, the classic 1966 work by French anthropologist and structuralist Claude […]

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