What does data say?

I am rapt in seeking the truth from data, because data never tells lie.
Yesterday I saw an interesting graph. It presents the U.S. drug addiction rate versus the U.S. drug control spendings from 1970 to 2010. Within this 40 years, the U.S. government expenses on drugs control increase 3900%. On the other hand, the addiction rate roughly stays the same.

Many times the appearance cheats. What people think might not be what is really happening; what the sellers think might not be what the customers think; what the managers think might not be what the employees enjoy. Words cause misunderstandings, but data helps expose the sometimes unexpected facts.

At One2Ten we are just a group of people who love digging into data and seeking for the truth. We don’t produce facts. We only report what data has to say.

Author: Briel Zhao