I learned the joy of data and statistics from sports. I have an early memory of arguing with my mom’s boyfriend when he would make his claim that running the football was […]
Matthew Gentzkow and Jesse Shapiro of the Bureau of Economic Research published a working paper a few years back on political media bias in American print newspapers. It was the kind of study that […]
The agony of full employment in 2016 America. A journey through data and fact.
In 2004, the Mannings told us Eli was too good for San Diego. Data shows, they were right.
Beyond the nostalgia and faded understanding of the past, what the data tells us about life in 1950’s America and where we are today.
What happens when you look at the data instead of just the bumper stickers? What we found was remarkable, and a little frightening.
We took a look a look at the American economy over the last 50 years. What the data shows about our economy is surprising. What it tells us about ourselves is the real shock.
Chartwell West takes an objective look at our past leaders through the lens of data. What our algorithm says is quite telling.