“While there’s a stark difference between having a paid internship and no internship in terms of offer rates and median salary, it all pretty much seems to wash away when you’re talking about unpaid internships versus no internships at all,” Edwin Nace, NACE’s research director
Thinking about bike sharing programs today and couldn’t resist this boxplot of variables considered in an analysis of the programs in DC, Denver, and Minneapolis. A good example of using small multiples effectively.
Minneapolis bicycle infrastructure density stands out, but interestingly, the author finds that it has a less significant relationship with bike share ridership than might be expected.
Milwaukee County Transit System wants to clarify a few recent misunderstandings about the real-time bus tracking that will be coming our way. Real-time will enable passengers to track exactly where their bus is and when it is predicted to arrive at their stop through a computer or smartphone. We, like our customers, are excited for this development, but we need to wait a while longer - it is not available yet.
The basic building blocks for this technology are now in place here at MCTS; however the data is still very raw. MCTS is working toward procuring a vendor that will assist in the translation of this data into a clean, usable feed that will power real-time tracking features on RideMCTS.com, smartphones, our automated phone system, etc…
I have been waiting for this for at least 13 years.
To do that, I used my old Arduino and PulseSensor to record pulse, then graphed the averages on a picture along with corresponding frames using Processing. There are some mistakes when the sensor grabbed double pulse when I jumped or moved, but it averaged decently.
In May 1949, LIFE Magazine published a stunning series of images to accompany an issue dedicated largely to The Atom. You can check out the feature in its entirety here, but the reimagination of the periodic table of elements as a colorful spiral is easily one of the most striking graphics of the lot.