[icoads_int] new ICOADS blog post

Brohan, Philip philip.brohan at metoffice.gov.uk
Tue Apr 1 10:11:29 MDT 2014

 One point I regularly struggle with when talking to humanities researchers is that they don't have the concept of hypothesis testing - so they seem to drift from the undeniable to the wildly speculative without making any distinction between them. It really is a different way of thinking.

 Even so I like Ben Schmidt's ICOADS posts - always interesting and the graphs are beautiful.


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From: icoads_int-bounces at mailman.ucar.edu [mailto:icoads_int-bounces at mailman.ucar.edu] On Behalf Of Steve Worley
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Subject: [icoads_int] Fwd: new ICOADS blog post

Interesting and not always correct view of ICOADS sjw

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	From: Nicholas Weber <nicholas.m.weber at gmail.com>
	Subject: new ICOADS blog post
	Date: April 1, 2014 9:20:09 AM MDT
	To: Steve Worley <worley at ucar.edu>, Matthew Mayernik <mayernik at ucar.edu>

	Hi Steve and Matt, 
	Just thought you might find this post interesting - Ben Schmidt did some more visualization and analysis of ICOADS. He makes an argument for using ship decks as a way of "seeing as a State" http://sappingattention.blogspot.com/2014/03/shipping-maps-and-how-states-see.html

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