Why We Haven’t Cured Cancer My mother died of breast cancer in 1989. She was 44. Ironically, she was considered a “survivor” because she lived for five years after diagnosis. She was a teacher and during those five years, she never missed a day of school. She saved the summers in between for chemo, two
Twitter graphic on how Africa tweets
Ted Talk by Hans Rosling of global population data visualizations.
Although probability and statistics are still valuable tools, Big Data does alter some of the principals used in data manipulation, such as sample sets, accuracy and bias.