November 22, 2013



Thomas Lumley (@tslumley) is Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Auckland. His research interests include semiparametric models, survey sampling, statistical computing, foundations of statistics, and whatever methodological problems his medical collaborators come up with. He also blogs at Biased and Inefficient See all posts by Thomas Lumley »


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    Antony Unwin

    The interactive parallel coordinate plot is indeed very nicely done, but is the data analysis equally good? On p2 Oregon, Maryland and Hawaii are singled out for poor performance, although all three may have data problems according to the small print. Oregon’s 2.2% eligibility figure just looks wrong.
    And, by the way, how can the federal exchange states fall behind Oregon, Maryland and Hawaii, when they end up above them?

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