This Week in Infographics #70: Water, Baseball and Scandal

This Week in Infographics #70: Water, Baseball and Scandal

Most of us have been at the crossroad between choosing to go to college or not. It’s a tough decision, especially when college degrees aren’t really worth what they used to be. Not to mention, universities don’t do a very good job of providing us with the tools to make the right decisions when it comes to higher education. This first infographic takes a look at how you can create the best path for you based on your interest and experience.

Next, Gertrude Ederle was the first woman to swim the English Channel. It took her 15 hours and 31 minutes and she was only 19 years old. This next infographic highlights some very interested facts about water and swimming.

Then we take a look at Bayes’ Theorem. This theory is the probability that event A occurs given that event B occurred. This next infographic applies Bayes’ Theorem to sports, more specifically baseball.

Lastly, we take a look at scandal in the Tour de France. Being the most prestigious cycling event, it’s not wonder competitors have resorted to cheating and underhanded tactics to win. This last infographic uncovers the interesting and scandalous history of the Tour de France.

1. Your Future is Calling

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2. Making a Splash

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3. Predicting Baseball

Predicting Baseball: Demystifying Bayes' Theorem
Source: Predicting Baseball: Demystifying Bayes’ Theorem

4. Scandal in the Tour de France

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  1. Thanks for these info ashley

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