The full version of Hans Rosling’s Joy of Stats is now available in its entirety (below).

Funny thing about the way memes circulate — I passed the virus from geeks circles to the finance community back in November, then spent the next 4 weeks receiving emails telling me that I had to see the video!

Anyway, here is the full one hour presentation:

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Documentary which takes viewers on a rollercoaster ride through the wonderful world of statistics to explore the remarkable power thay have to change our understanding of the world, presented by superstar boffin Professor Hans Rosling, whose eye-opening, mind-expanding and funny online lectures have made him an international internet legend.

As of now, there is 2764 views — lets see what this looks like in a week . . .

Category: Data Analysis, Video

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3 Responses to “Hans Rosling: Joy of Stats (Complete)”

  1. [...] We previously linked to a cool excerpt from this video.  Here is the entire Hans Roslings‘ The Joy of Stats.  (Big Picture) [...]

  2. TheInterest says:

    “Medical statistics are a little bit like a bikini: what they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.” — Irving R. Levine.

    Irving R. Levine was on the Tonight Show back in the 80′s or 90′s where he repeated this line, but removed the term Medical. Classic line.

    Another quote I can’t remember who said nor will I repeat it accurately was this, “The data doesn’t speak for itself. I’ve sat in rooms that are full of computers with data, and I’ve never heard it say a thing.”

  3. mbelardes says:

    This is much more exciting than the Quantitative Analysis section of the CFA Level II I’m supposed to be studying right now…