Last semester, I was working on a project that involved some demographic statistics from seventeenth-century Windsor, Connecticut. I soon realized that I did not know enough about statistics to make sense of them. Thus, this semester finds me taking an intro-level statistics course. Although it is sometimes difficult to hear the lecturer over the inane babble of the undergrads who refuse to stop chattering just because class has begun, I am learning quite a lot and enjoying it.
Today, I came across this art installation:
Who says statistics and humanities don't mix?
Bravo, Icaro Doria.