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‘Twas the evening before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, except for my computer mouse and the desire to analyze a data set! The spreadsheets were saved with care, in hope that someone would do the analysis for the year! (with apologies to Clement Clarke Moore). 2018 Year In Review…

Read More 2018 Year In Review: Fuel Prices In Barbados

Things are heating up in Barbados. No, I don’t mean politically or for Crop Over. Things are heating up from a climate perspective. If you’re like me, maybe you’ve felt that the last few years have been hotter. Reports of global temperature rises aren’t new. However, there’s an absence of readily available analysis at the…

Read More Things Are Heating Up In Barbados

Over the next few days I will be randomly asking people if they voted (or refrained from voting) and why. For the sake of brevity, some of the responses have been paraphrased whereas other responses are in full. Evening of May 25 2018 (After the results were announced) Anonymous female, 30 something, St. James South…

Read More Barbados General Election Results 2018: The People Speak

I recorded four unnatural deaths for the month of February. Three were shooting related (Terrence Brathwaite, 25, Kesmar Shaquille Codrington, 23 and Adrian Griffith, 34). Shirley Rogers, 73, was a victim of a knife-related attack. Total number of deaths recorded from January 1 to February 28 = 4. A few words on the data collection…

Read More Barbados Murder Statistics February 2018