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  1. Our economics writers, Soumaya Keynes and Ryan Avent, are answering your ques…

    Original video: https://www.facebook.com/TheEconomist/videos/vb.6013004059/10155126202554060/?type=3&theater
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 23 Feb 2017 20:36:35 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  2. Politics Podcast: Data Under Trump | FiveThirtyEight

    This week on our politics podcast, we kick off 2017 with a look at something FiveThirtyEight cares about, and uses a lot: government data. Clare Malone recently…

    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/politics-podcast-data-under-trump/

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  3. 111: Greg Mankiw on Writing, Carbon Tax, Health Care and Education at the Economics Teaching Conference in Florida 2016 - Economic Rockstar

    http://www.economicrockstar.com/greg-mankiw-on-writing-carbon-tax-health-care-and-education-at-the-economics-teaching-conference-in-florida-2016/

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  4. Forty years of S

    Bell Labs in the 1970s was a hotbed of research in computing, statistics and many other fields. The conditions there encouraged the growth of the S language and influenced its content. The 40th anniversary of S is an appropriate time to relate a personal view of that scene and reflect on why S (and R) turned out as it did.

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  5. Connected #95: RelayCon WWDC 2016 - Relay FM

    The Relay FM family comes together in San Francisco to discuss the WWDC announcements in front of a live audience.

    https://www.relay.fm/connected/95

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  6. The Economist asks: How much does inequality matter?

    Economics Nobel prizewinner Angus Deaton discusses his pioneering work on health and inequality with Anne McElvoy - and reveals what he makes of the push for Brexit

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/theeconomist/the-economist-asks-how-much-does-inequality-matter
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  7. Alberto Alesina on Fiscal Policy and Austerity | EconTalk | Library of Economics and Liberty

    Alberto Alesina of Harvard University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about his research on fiscal policy and austerity. Alesina’s research shows that spending cuts to reduce budget deficits are less harmful than tax increases. Alesina discusses the intuition behind this empirical finding and discusses other issues such as Greece’s financial situation.

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  8. 073: Robin Hanson on The Age of Em and How Brain Emulations Will Double Economic Growth Every Month

    http://www.economicrockstar.com/robinhanson/

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  9. Data Stories 67 | ggplot2, R, and data toolmaking with Hadley Wickham – Data Stories

    We have Hadley Wickham on the show, Chief Scientist at RStudio and Adjunct Professor of Statistics at Rice University and the University of Auckland.

    Hadley created a number of hugely popular libraries for the R language, including ggplot2, which is used throughout the world to analyze and present data.

    On the show we talk about his creative process to develop ggplot2, its growing popularity, other libraries he has built in the R ecosystem, and strategies for creating popular software for data analysis and visualization.

    Enjoy Hadley Wickham!

    Data Stories is brought to you by Qlik, which allows you to explore the hidden relationships within your data that lead to meaningful insights. Take part in the Open Data Challenge for a chance to win $10,000 for an app created with Qlik Sense!

    LINKS

    Project Ukko: http://www.project-ukko.net/

    Hadley Wickham: http://hadley.nz/ | https://github.com/hadley/

    ggplot2: http://ggplot2.org/

    ggplot extensions: http://ggplot2-exts.github.io

    Hadley’s R packages for data analysis (ggplot2, plyr, reshape2)

    R: https://www.r-project.org/

    tidyr: http://blog.rstudio.org/2014/07/22/introducing-tidyr/

    Visualizing travel data with TripIt: https://www.tripit.com/

    RStudio Shiny (interactive web graphics with R): http://shiny.rstudio.com/

    Functional Reactive Programming: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Functional_reactive_programming

    Beautiful data visualization done with ggplot2: http://spatial.ly/2014/09/london-information-capital/

    Mike LaCour’s scandalous graphs (clearly done with ggplot2): http://science.sciencemag.org/content/346/6215/1366.full

    Wilkinson’s The Grammar of Graphics: http://www.amazon.com/The-Grammar-Graphics-Statistics-Computing/dp/0387245448

    Tableau: http://www.tableau.com/

    d3.js: http://d3js.org/

    ggvis and shiny: http://ggvis.rstudio.com/ | http://shiny.rstudio.com/

    R tutorials:

    https://www.datacamp.com/

    https://www.coursera.org/learn/r-programming

    http://swirlstats.com/

    http://datastori.es/67-ggplot2-r-and-data-toolmaking-with-hadley-wickham/

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  10. The Lawfare Podcast : The Lawfare Podcast: Edward Lucas on the Sum of All Cyberphobias

    We welcome Edward Lucas, a senior editor at the Economist and author of the new book, Cyberphobia: Identity, Trust, Security and the Internet, to the show this week. At the third Hoover Book Soiree a few weeks ago, Lucas shared a drink with Lawfare’s Ben Wittes and discussed the rapid increase in cybercrime, the difficulties of identity verification on the web, and why, even today, we still do not take cybersecurity seriously enough. Lucas paints a bleak picture of our cybersecurity landscape, but closes with a few recommendations for how we can fix it.

    It’s a conversation that prompted Ben to digitally betray his country, and the rest of us to grab our dongles and strengthen our passwords.  

    And it’s the Lawfare Podcast, Episode #150: Edward Lucas on the Sum of All Cyberphobias. 

    https://www.lawfareblog.com/lawfare-podcast-edward-lucas-sum-all-cyberphobias

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