What happens when you get rid of your outliers? Depending on which outliers and how you chose to get rid of them, nothing might happen... Or you can royally screw things up.
Right before I started the doctoral program, I had enrolled in a certificate program for leadership in public health. It was aimed at professionals who worked full time, but it had a couple of shortcomings. First, the assignments required working in groups at a time when there wasn't a particularly good online/remote way of doing [...]
I've been going to school since I was four years old. In those 30+ years, I've been the student of some very good teachers and some very bad teachers. The good teachers were good teachers not because they let me get away with not doing a homework or gave me extra credit on an exam. [...]
This was quite the week for me at home and at school. Like I've told you before, I've been working out more and more and had it all tracked through my Nike FuelBand. It really is quite the little gadget. Based on the feedback I get from it, I've been more and more inclined to [...]
I gave a lecture on influenza surveillance in Maryland the other day. It was at that school I'll be going to in the fall. The audio follows, and the slides are after that: SLIDES - http://bit.ly/13jun13pres