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  • Statistics in the Triad, Part III: Random Data

    Posted on November 17, 2016 by in SenseMaker®, Statistics, Visualization

    Story data in a SenseMaker triad tend to cluster in one of seven locations — the three vertices, the midpoints of the three edges, and the center. It’s also common to find “stringers” between the center and one or more of the other six loci (i.e., along the altitudes of the triangle); there are generally […]

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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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    Why I like waking up in the morning

    Posted on October 23, 2012 by in Cognitive Edge, SenseMaker®

    This post originally appeared on the Cognitive Edge blog on October 24, 2012. Since joining Cognitive Edge in 2010, I have found great professional satisfaction in helping our clients recognize problems and make decisions about moving forward. At a more personal level, I have enjoyed greatly the behind-the-scenes aspects of the research and analysis — […]

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