Having received some rather humorous “complaints” about massive headaches as a result of yesterday’s statistics class, let’s keep it simple and sweet today because the
Month: March 2020
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – Some truly strange data
Gird your loins Dear Reader! Because today you’re gonna get a real lesson in pandemic statistics and general causality! And the reason for this impending
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – Back on track!
I wuz gonna take today off, particularly if the most recent numbers were troubling, but since they reinforce the prevailing downward trend, let’s take a
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – Not the best day!
While it’s far more pleasant to bring you encouraging fact-based news, there wasn’t a whole heck of a lot of it yesterday. To wit, as
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – The downward trend persists!
And every day it does makes that baseline much more statistically significant. Again, I’m not saying we aren’t seeing new Illinois coronavirus cases, but the
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – More good news!
I promised you some good news this morning, but before we go there, you, in turn, have to promise me you’re not gonna take what
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – Staying fit – physically and mentally!
First Ward Your Roving Reporter – Staying fit – physically and mentally! Trust me, no one better than me understands the beyond bizarre proposition of
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – Good news!
This is your First Ward Roving Reporter with some good news! So let’s get right to it! The statistical trend we discussed yesterday has,
Your First Ward Roving Reporter – What’s real and what isn’t!
Yesterday we talked about facts over fear and I truly appreciate all the responses to that piece because you all “got it!” The coronavirus era
The First Ward Roving Reporter – Facts, not fear!
(For those who were unaware, I’ve been posting Roving Reporter coronavirus pieces on various Facebook group pages. Given their unexpected popularity, I’ve decided to post