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ISIS Survey Report

Synopsis Smokers have stayed home and stopped spending. Genesis The ISIS International Social Impact Survey grew out of an online survey of smokers conducted by Simon Clark in May 2012. Nobody ever seems to ask smokers how smoking bans affect them, … Continue reading

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Sunny

It’s been warm and sunny today, and I spent a while in the afternoon sitting out in a pub garden. If it carries on like this, I’ll spend the next few afternoons doing the same. I also noticed today that … Continue reading

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Triple Dip

A headline in the Telegraph caught my eye this morning. Included was a graph of GDP, onto which I immediately scrawled an arrow showing when the UK smoking ban came into force. UK heads for triple dip as GDP contracts … Continue reading

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Isis Survey Analysis

Since the New Year I’ve been looking at the 400+ completed questionnaires that came out of the Isis Social Impact Survey. I’ve written a programme that can pull out particular groups (e.g. women), and display their responses, either as pie … Continue reading

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Isis Update

The Isis International Social Impact Survey now has about 410 completed questionnaires in its database, and we’re probably not going to get much more, and so I’ve started thinking about analysing the results. So today I wrote a bit of Java to … Continue reading

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ISIS Survey Update

The ISIS social impact survey is now moving into its data analysis phase. Though there are still more results to be added. I spent a while this evening entering Walt’s completed questionnaires, which he has emailed me, since he was … Continue reading

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Banquo’s Ghost

With a US Presidential election just days away, I ought to be interested in it. In the past, I’ve almost always been more interested in US elections than UK or EU elections. I guess that was probably because I regarded … Continue reading

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