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Entries from October 23rd, 2007

A Side Note: The failure to test consistently is inexcusable by Howard Clark

October 23rd, 2007 · No Comments · A Side Note

Over time everything becomes clear, and if there is one thing I am grateful for it is the inclusion of science as a part of my academic background.  That classical training and rigor that seems so second nature to me, I normally just chalk up to being common sense, something missing in a lot of […]

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A Side Note: Why I dislike XY Scatter Charts so much! by Howard Clark

October 3rd, 2007 · No Comments · A Side Note

Honestly, there isn’t anything wrong with the Scatter Chart in and of itself.  It just wants a little respect versus its cousin the line chart.  I’m making the line chart a cousin, maybe even distant to drive home the point that while they are both in the same family they have completely different operating parameters.  […]

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