Budare Bistro is any Venezuelan foodie’s gem just outside of the Brickell area in Miami, FL. If you’re not from Venezuela and you’re curious to try this South American country’s food, Budare is the right place to pop that cherry. And by the way: take this as your cheat meal. Because it most definitely will not be the carb-free type of meal.
Uncertainty and Significance (Chapter 11 of The Truthful Art by Alberto Cairo) talks about the margin of errors. According to Cairo, the margin of error is very important to the final result and could greatly affect the information presented and its accuracy.
In the example seen below, Cairo shows the difference in percentages between the people who do not want Catalonia to become an independent state, and the people who do. It also shows the margin of error (depicted on the right), which is more or less 3 percent.
In Seeing Relationships (Chapter 9 of The Truthful Art by Alberto Cairo), I learned about how relationships about certain information data can be presented. I enjoyed and found interesting how two completely abstract pieces of data (from one another) are able to somewhat correlate on a visualization, no matter how laughable and dumb (to say the least) these comparisons and relationships may be.
For example, the following figure shows the relationship between how the older Miss America gets, the more people are murdered with steam, hot vapors, or hot objects is shown.
In Visualizing Distributions (Chapter 7 of The Truthful Art by Alberto Cairo), Cairo presented his audience with two distinct ways of portraying Spain voters for each party. One visualization was presented according to voters’ ideology, and another one according to their ideological affiliation.
The following visualization compares people’s ideologies who intend on voting for each of the available and presented parties, with Spain’s overall population.
This brand new concept in Miami brings the Tulum vibes to the streets of colorful Wynwood and its painted walls. In a hidden way, you will experience the magical Mexican vibes, music, food, and cocktails. It even has some sand included, so you can have the full beach vibe!
While reading the beginning of Chapter 5 and seeing Richard H. Thaler’s experiment with his students at the University of Chicago, it was so interesting I had to show my boyfriend who was sitting next to me. It’s crazy to think that someone could be honest with you, tell you exactly what they are going to do with the numbers, and still it can play tricks with your mind.
Scoring a 72 out of 100 is 2% less than scoring a 96 out of 137. But still, for some reason, the mind of college students is still tricked into believing that they are doing better when the grading bar is raised higher.