“Geographic Variations in the Cell Phone-Only Population”
Data analysis uses critical thinking skills to look at trends and come to conclusions based on findings. It also requires an attention to detail and vigilance in computations. Essentially, it is about translating numbers into plain English and making better decisions with that knowledge, something valuable for market research or logistics.
Findings from a statistical analysis of cell phone-only households were presented at the 2013 American Association of Geographers Conference in Los Angeles by Professor Ira Sheskin at the University of Miami.