New tool from dataguru.hk available to easily find changes in Hong Kong listed company shareholdings

Posted on Tue 28 March 2017 in Blog • Tagged with hong kong, stock market, disclosures

Who is buying and selling the most in Hong Kong listed companies?


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IoT data overload elevates data management challenges for HK firms

Posted on Thu 09 February 2017 in Blog • Tagged with hong kong, iot

I spill some thought nuggets about IoT data challenges for Hong Kong businesses


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Is David Webb giving up?

Posted on Wed 08 February 2017 in Blog • Tagged with hong kong, david webb

If even David Webb is losing hope about Hong Kong...


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Complaints against police in Hong Kong rarely upheld

Posted on Tue 11 November 2014 in Blog • Tagged with hong kong, police

Complaints against the police in Hong Kong are rarely upheld


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Frost in Hong Kong, with graphs drawn with R

Posted on Wed 01 January 2014 in Blog

Hong Kong learnt from the British to be fascinated by the weather, or at least that it's safe and encouraged to be so. The weather is, of course, rather warmer and more stable here than the old mother country, which makes discussion about it at the bus stop limited to …


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Hong Kong in graphs: Infant mortality rates by sex

Posted on Fri 04 October 2013 in Blog • Tagged with hong kong, graphs, population, infant mortality

plot of chunk 2013-10-04-infant-mortality-1

The response to yesterday's post was phenomenal; thank you everyone for getting in touch and suggesting improvements! Even if I'm a little sceptical about some of those suggestions... But the beauty of data is that there are so many ways of looking at it/them. That, and it's numbers. Mmm …


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Hong Kong in graphs: Population by age and sex

Posted on Wed 02 October 2013 in Blog • Tagged with hong kong, graphs, population

It's time to represent the beauty and mystery and energy of Hong Kong in graphs. You can tell I'm a statistician.

I'm planning to go through the compendium "Women and Men in Hong Kong: Key Statistics" [check out the progressive ordering of sexes in the title!], a treasure trove of …


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Statistics Day in Japan

Posted on Fri 26 April 2013 in Blog

Japan stats day


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First post test

Posted on Fri 22 March 2013 in Blog

Testing, testing, like any good statistician would. And again. And again.


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