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Reinventing reports: the Asymco Q4 2010 Mobile Phone Report, powered by Timetric

So we weren’t kidding about being busy. Alongside Chartroom and Benchmark, we’ve been up to a third thing: reinventing business research. Over the last couple of months, we’ve been working closely with Horace Dediu of Asymco, Fortune Magazine’s “King of … Continue reading

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Target 2.0 Topics

Target 2.0 is a competition, challenging students to set the optimum policy to control inflation in the UK economy. It’s open to schools across the country, and is run by The Times and the Bank of England. The name comes … Continue reading

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Ethics, data and visualization

Last weekend, I represented Timetric at Science Foo Camp 2010, held at Google’s campus in California. While I was there, I gave a lightning talk about something which we’ve been thinking a lot about recently; the ethics of services like … Continue reading

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Over the last few months we’ve been working hard on building the range of statistics we cover here at Timetric. The other day we surpassed the one-million-series mark. We thought you might want to know how we’ve done it, especially … Continue reading

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General election: the aftermath

That was the election that was, then. Now that Devon West and Torridge has declared, we’ve got all of the data in from the 2010 General Election (or, at least, from part one of an ongoing series). Covering it through … Continue reading

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