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How Humans See Data - Velocity Amsterdam 2016. John Rauser explains a few of the most important results from research into the functioning of the human visual system and the question of how humans decode information presented in graphical form. https://t.co/RW5z9HD8js


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I’ll be using DataCamp for the Classroom to help students learn data science this term! They support education around the world for free via this initiative. Find out more here: https://t.co/ap6sj2cfZx @DataCamp https://t.co/pyUzWvlWdi


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RT @WorldwideFP: The top 10 richest and poorest areas in Northern Europe - 9 of the poorest areas are in the UK. Source: Eurostat / EU. https://t.co/OohxIjQzxb


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Lab Christmas dinner earlier this week. Pleasure to work with such a great bunch. PS Come work with us https://t.co/K091BqArkJ https://t.co/VurujsbgLG


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RT @strnr: Interpretations of microbial community studies are biased by the selected 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing pipeline. https://t.co/3LwGq70EUj https://t.co/6uGI6IocxF


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RT @CaliaDomenico: Crazy backyard science experiment https://t.co/Gxjn9OxSLI


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RT @easternblot: I remember this problem/solution from the advanced math they made me do near the end of primary school when I'd finished the regular math curriculum. It was mindblowing. (And evidence that giftwrapping requires advanced math.) https://t.co/QJSuluqyut


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