Statistics cheat sheet
How Bad Can One Degree Be? This schematic, from the IPCC’s 2001 report on the scientific basis for climate change, shows the effect on extreme temperatures when (a) the mean temperature increases, (b) the variance increases, and (c) when both the mean and variance increase. James Hansen’s 2012 paper shows that (c) has in fact happened, producing weather that is simultaneously hotter and more prone to extremes.
The Bell Curve has been around for years.But explaining to someone who isn't familiar with it or slept through college math can be confusing especially without a visual.This bell curve chart that provides a really nice and simple visual representation.Perfect for showing and explaining test scores to individuals that are unfamiliar with normal distribution.