Beyond Seven Review No. 49

Posted on Wed 29 July 2020 in Beyond Seven Review

Data analysis and Bayesian statistics ⚽

  • A neat reminder of just how unrepresentative an average can be:
    Superb visualization of recent economic history in the US (1980-2014). "A neat reminder of just how unrepresentative an average can be: Average US income growth 1980-2014 was 1.4% per year. But almost the entire income distribution - 1st-87th percentile - had income growth below this average. Graph from @PikettyLeMonde , Saez & @gabriel_zucman"

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