Month: September 2021

The state’s abortion statistics are confusing

The state of Colorado’s abortion data are confusing, and the numbers are being released in ways that don’t support the state’s stated goals.According to the Center for Reproductive Rights, more than 9,600 abortions were performed in the state last year, and that number was almost double the state average of about 3,300 abortions.And according to […]

How to calculate the rate of coronaviruses vaccine coverage in the United States

In February, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported the country has been getting vaccinated for the coronaviral vaccine at an annual rate of 1.7 million people.That’s about 70 percent of the country.But, the rate is expected to drop to less than half that.That means the rate for the entire U.S. population is about […]

How to watch for a new pandemic with our new interactive tool

By Matt Staver, WSJ EditorMatt StaverPublished Feb 19, 2019 12:17:01The National Institutes of Health has released its National Data Portal for the 2018-2019 biennium, which includes more than 10 million data points from a variety of sources including the CDC, state and local governments, and health insurers.Its goal is to make it easier for the […]

What does the data show about the porn industry?

Updated February 27, 2019 04:05:25The chart below compares the top-five grossing sites in terms of traffic to their monthly average, based on data from Pornhub.The bottom three are considered low-traffic sites.The top five sites by number of visitors, in terms.Source: Pornhub data, accessed February 27 and 28, 2019 05:50:05A recent analysis by Pornhub, using data […]

The CDC flu statistics: a new dataset

source Time article The CCDC statistics are being used by doctors, students, and the general public for the first time to help understand the causes and impacts of the pandemic.The statistics have been produced in collaboration with the American Association of Public Health Statistics (AAPHS) and the National Institute of Health (NIH), which are both […]

How do the median and median values for key demographics and socioeconomic indicators compare?

A median is a measure of how much a group of people would like to live in a given area.A lower number means more people live in that area than the median.A higher number means fewer people live there than the average.Median values vary widely, but typically are in the range of the median of […]

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