The world is complex, dynamic, multidimensional; the paper is static, flat. How are we to represent the rich visual world of experience and measurement on mere flatland?
– Edward R. Tufte
Isabella Deutsch is a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh in the School of Mathematics. She focuses on Statistics, namely on Bayesian modelling. She graduated in 2019 from the University of Oxford (MSc Statistical Science). Before that, Isabella finished her Bachelor degree at the University of Vienna in 2018 in Statistics. She firmly beliefs that we make better decisions when based on data – but only if the data is collected, analysed and presented correctly. Furthermore, she is interested in the broader scope of Data Science and the social and ethical questions that arise from our ever-improving methods.
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