In a recent article, now published online, we use a panel data from the UK to study the long-term effect of purchase decisions of automobiles on individuals’ happiness. We find a significant and sizable decrease in individual happiness in the years …

For a researcher like me, optimizing the transfer of information through data visualization is (or should be) a continuous challenge. In the quest for innovative ways of displaying data, I stumbled on one that I found very effective. This webpage …

Michelle Segar, a faculty associate at the University of Michigan’s Center for Positive Organizations, suggest to first “find the right why” and then proceed to a four action steps to begin applying the changes you want to make in 2017…

The ease and relative affordablility with which most Europeans can consume electricity can make them oblivious of the impacts of power generation on the environment, but new visualization tools might help to make this information more salient.

In his aftermath analysis of the US presidential elections, Nate Silver points out that Data Scientist always need to trust the data at the end of the day, even if common sense may try to bring you on another playground…