Sylvia Tippmann

Sylvia Tippmann

science journalist / data scientist

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Nature

Programming tools: Adventures with R

A guide to the popular, free statistics and visualization software that gives scientists control of their own data analysis....

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Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Genom-Forschung: Ein Lexikon der Erbgut-Elemente

Fünf Jahre lang haben Forscher für das Encode-Projekt das menschliche Genom nach funktionellen Elementen durchforstet. Sie wurden mehr als fündig....

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The Guardian

World Cup 2014: were Spain too reliant on Barcelona players ...

World Cup 2014: were Spain too reliant on Barcelona...

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The Guardian

Record number of people in England playing sport regularly | News ...

Record number of people in England playing sport re...

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The Guardian

How many people will get £10,000 fines for speeding? | News | The ...

How many people will get £10,000 fines for speeding...

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Traders at stock market article
Quartz

Brain imaging can be used to predict the stock market

Some shares have new owners every second. Today much of the buying and selling is done by computers, but some still rely on human intuition—the gut feeling of the experienced trader. “Nobody can predict the market, but traders are expected to,” Richard Taffler, professor of finance at the University of Warwick...

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The Conversation (Australia)

White lies make social networks stronger, but selfish lies tear them apart

“Lying is a bad thing – this is what mentors, parents and teachers tell us. But there is no society without lies.” So says…...

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The Conversation (Australia)

Brain scans could be used to predict financial bubbles

Some shares have new owners every second. Today much of the buying and selling is done by computers, but some still rely…...

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The Conversation (Australia)

Humans beat computers at 'sensing numbers' without counting – for now

When faced with choosing the shortest queue at a supermarket, what do you do? Nobody starts counting – what our brain does…...

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arstechnica.com

Brain scans find signs of financial bubbles

Watching the brains of those who sell when a bubble's about to burst....

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sciencefriday.com

The BioArcade

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