Data, data everywhere: how to separate “fake news” from useful information

Posted by on Sep 16, 2020 in Pregnancy, Statistics
Data, data everywhere: how to separate “fake news” from useful information

Somewhere around 1980 the internet was born, and the digital revolution began. One result of this technological advancement, for all the positives, is that we are drowning in data. But having a ton of data does not equate to a ton of information. In fact, most data has precious little information. If you google data […]

Dr. Rinehart Quoted In brit.co Article

Posted by on Dec 26, 2018 in Infertility, Statistics
Dr. Rinehart Quoted In brit.co Article

Dr. Rinehart was quoted on the brit.co website in a article by Natasha Lavender titled: “Research Shows Global Fertility Rates Are Dropping — But Don’t Panic” Please click the link below to read the full article on brit.co https://www.brit.co/global-fertility-rates-decline-study/

The Probability Of Pregnancy

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in Statistics
The Probability Of Pregnancy

Today’s society is awash in masses of readily available information or data. This is a result of the ability to digitalize data, manipulate it through computer computations, and make it universally available via the internet. The vast amount of information that exists can be used to increase knowledge.  In turn, that knowledge can help improve […]