Life satisfaction and data wrangling

I co-authored ‘Covid By Numbers’ to help explain epidemic statistics. Penguin Random House published this book on 7th October 2021. We finished major updates to the manuscript back in May. That means some graphs and statistics in the book refer to figures published back in that month. When David Spiegelhalter and I came to give a presentation, that needed updating.

I created the original graphs in R, later translated to the publisher ‘house’ style:

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This blog looks at the use of statistics in Britain and beyond. It is written by RSS Statistical Ambassador and Chartered Statistician @anthonybmasters.

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This blog looks at the use of statistics in Britain and beyond. It is written by RSS Statistical Ambassador and Chartered Statistician @anthonybmasters.

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