Is a KPI good or bad?

How to create your own KPI and live happily ever after. When trying to derive insights from a dataset and defining KPI the causality bias is a common error. Often it goes together with another common error: attributing an insight […]

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The butterfly effect

How the Roman Empire influenced US rocket science (and why fact-checking is important!) The US standard railroad gauge (distance between the rails) is 4 feet, 8.5 inches (143,51 cm). That’s an exceedingly odd number. Why was that gauge used? Because […]

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Occam’s razor principle

In one of my previus posts about cognitive biases I mentioned the Occam’s razor principle. When it comes to data insights this is sometimes a very useful principle to keep in mind because data does’nt give insights itself but we […]

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Data Preparation

In my previous post about data visualization I have focused on different ways to present a dataset, however a very important aspect that we always underestimate and do not consider as fundamental is the data preparation one. It is widely […]

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Data Visualization

A few months ago (i just realized while typing it’s almost already a year ago) i took an R course to learn how it can help with data visualization, and i have to admit it has been quite useful even […]

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Matomo Analytics (On Premise) so far.

My experience with Matomo Analytics is moving forward now and i’ve ditched the Cloud version to test the OnPremise version. Since there are two option i chose to opt for the WordPress version, as i thought it would be much […]

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Harry Potter difesa contro le arti oscure

Questo gioco di carte è un deck-builder per due giocatori, ha una buona longevità ed è l’ideale per chi è appassionato della serie Harry Potter, ma anche per chi non conosce la serie ma è appassionato di giochi deck-building.

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