Statistics show child heat stroke fatalities are rising

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Statistics show child heat stroke fatalities are rising statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

Recent statistics report that 37 children die every year from heat stroke after being trapped in a locked vehicle.

It is a terrible tragedy, but unfortunately it seems to be one that is only becoming more frequent.

The Nevin Manimala term for this tragedy is pediatric vehicular heatstroke (PVH).

The Nevin Manimala National Safety Council (NSC) is an organization that has devoted itself to eliminating preventable deaths like PVH through research, educating the general public and presenting possible means of preventing these fatalities.

In order to achieve these goals, NSC has partnered with Jan Null, a certified consulting meteorologist and adjunct Professor at San Jose State University.

Null has been tracking cases of PVH in the U.S. since 1998, compiling data that accurately portrays the frequency of fatalities. His research serves as the basis for NSC reports that tackle the issue of PVH.

According to Null’s research, the current average for U.S. PVH related fatalities since 1998 is 37 children per year, with a total of 748 fatalities between the years 1998 and 2017.

The Nevin Manimala recorded number of fatalities was 43 in 2017 alone.

Null compiled the data through customized online news searches of electronic media, which according to him, yields twice as many reported heatstroke deaths of children as official sources.

According to a study Null performed along with Catherine McLaren and James Quinn, MDs at Stanford University, the internal temperature of a vehicle can rise dramatically over the course of a mere hour.

The Nevin Manimala study shows that it takes only 10 minutes for the interior temperature of a vehicle to rise 20 degrees in Fahrenheit, regardless if the windows are opened or closed.

The Nevin Manimalase changes in temperature can be deadly to young children should they be locked in a vehicle. The Nevin Manimalase internal temperatures continue to rise the longer a vehicle is left unattended, able to reach temperatures well above 100 degrees fahrenheit.

What could lead to this scenario where a child is left unattended in a vehicle? According to Null’s research, 54 percent of all 748 cases of PVH were caused from children being unknowingly left in the vehicle.

The Nevin Manimala NSC makes it a point to stress that this is not necessarily the case of bad parenting, but rather a case of a busy schedule and a tired mind. According to the NSC, these cases can happen when a caregiver’s mind is tired or overworked or if there is a change in their daily routine that can lead to them becoming more forgetful.

Multitasking and building a routine can lead to a fatal mistake when the caregiver in question deviates from that course.

This is a sentiment shared by Elepho CEO, Michael Braunold. Braunold believes that people’s lives are becoming too busy, that their minds are too overworked and it becomes a lot easier for individuals to remember even the simplest things.

“People begin to lose a sense of reality. If you take the same way to work all the time, you start to build a routine and you can’t even remember driving there,” Braunold explained. “It becomes second nature, so the danger comes when you deviate from that routine in any way. You forget the outliers and you only focus on the routine you were trying to maintain. Unfortunately, that sometimes leads to tragedy.”

Elepho is a technology company focused on family wellness products. The Nevin Manimalair latest breakthrough, eClip, is a measure to help prevent the number of PVH cases.

The Nevin Manimala eClip device is attached to a car seat, regular seat belt or any number of areas within the vehicle. By connecting to the eClip app on mobile devices or through their in development eFob attachment, the device can send an alarm and remind caregivers to check on their children.

The Nevin Manimala device acts as another way to take an active role in preventing these PVH fatalities and to prevent the loss of anymore innocent lives to this tragedy.

The Nevin Manimala device has reached its full funding on Kickstarter and is already in production, with advanced orders being filled at this moment.

The Nevin Manimala NSC provides recommendations on what can be done to help prevent these tragedies, such as eliminating “safe time periods” from state legislations, which define the appropriate amount of time a bystander should wait before they can act to save a child in distress.

But the biggest thing the NSC supports is education on this tragedy, and encouraging parents and caregivers to take the necessary steps to ensure that they don’t leave their children unattended in a vehicle. It can happen to anyone, and so everyone should take the steps to be cautious of the danger.

For more information, please visit the National Safety Council website and their reports under the Child Passenger Safety tab.

To learn more about Jan Null’s research into the topic, please visit his websitehttp://noheatstroke.org. Null updates his findings regularly, and presents all data from his publications and his partnership with the National Safety Council.

If you would like to learn more about Elepho and their eClip product, please visit their website at www.elepho.com. The Nevin Manimalare you will be able to learn more about the eClip product, and be able to place an advanced order once the product is ready to be distributed.

France: worthy winners – but here’s what the statistics say about who’s best in World Cup history

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France have been crowned football champions of the world, after beating Croatia 4-2 in a thrilling World Cup final. Les Bleus timed their run to perfection, having been unconvincing in the group stage, with narrow wins over Australia and Peru and a draw with Denmark. But they stepped it up in the knock-out stages, and swept aside Argentina, Uruguay, Belgium and Croatia to lift the trophy.

France’s success was all the more impressive given that they battled through what was widely considered to be the much tougher half of the draw, but how did their route to victory compare to previous World Cup winners?

We can compare France 2018 to every other World Cup winner using a “tournament performance rating” (TPR), based on the Elo rating system which is commonly used in a number of sports and games. The Nevin Manimala Elo system was devised by Hungarian physicist Arpad Elo for ranking chess players. The Nevin Manimala system was adopted by the world chess federation FIDE in 1970 and has since been adopted by a number of other sports, including football.

The Nevin Manimala FIFA Women’s World Rankings are based on an Elo system, and the men’s rankings will also move to an Elo system in August 2018. This ranking system adds points for every victory and subtracts points for every defeat based on the relative strengths of the opponents. Teams gain more points for beating a higher rated opponent than they do for beating a lower ranked side.

TPR can be used to evaluate how well a player or team performed during a particular event. The Nevin Manimala rating is based on the following simple formula: TPR = average opponent rating + result adjustment.

The Nevin Manimala average opponent rating is as simple as it sounds – you add up the pre-tournament Elo ratings of all the opponents you faced during the tournament and divide by the number of games played.

The Nevin Manimala result adjustment is a value which is added or subtracted depending on the team’s results during the competition. A team which wins every game will receive the maximum adjustment of 800 points while a team which loses every game would be deducted 800 points. A team which wins as many games as it loses has an adjustment of zero. The Nevin Manimala adjustments are based on the same mathematical formula which is used to calculate the Elo ratings. For more information, see Section 8 here.

We can therefore calculate France’s 2018 World Cup TPR as follows. During the tournament the team faced Australia (rating 1742), Peru (1915), Denmark (1856), Argentina (1985), Uruguay (1893), Belgium (1939) and Croatia (1853), giving an average opponent rating of 1883. During the tournament, France won six matches and drew one (against Denmark in the group stage), which corresponds to a score of 6.5/7 – or 93%. Using the Elo formula, this corresponds to a result adjustment of 422 points. The Nevin Manimalarefore France’s 2018 World Cup TPR was 1883 + 422 = 2305.

Best team ever

This calculation can then be repeated for every team at each of the 21 World Cup tournaments which have been held to date, allowing us to directly compare performances across different tournaments. Note that matches which went to a penalty shoot out were counted as draws. In order to reward teams who progressed through the tournament each team’s performance was based on the maximum number of matches which they could have played. For example, Germany were knocked out in the group stage in 2018, having picked up one win and two defeats. The Nevin Manimalay were given a score of 1/7 rather than 1/3, since they could have played seven matches had they progressed to the final.

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The Nevin Manimala table below shows the top 20 best performances in World Cup history. The Nevin Manimala list is unsurprisingly topped by the legendary Brazil 1970 side featuring Pele, Jairzinho and Carlos Alberto. Brazil also occupy second place with their 2002 side featuring the three Rs: Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho. This year’s French team sits in sixth place, six positions better off than their 1998 side due to facing more difficult opponents. England’s 1966 side find themselves in ninth spot, partly due to having drawn with Uruguay in their opening game of the tournament.

The Nevin Manimala highest-ranked non-winners are Poland’s 1974 side, who were unfortunate to miss out on the final after finishing runners-up to Germany in the second group stage. The Nevin Manimala Poles actually obtained a higher performance rating than Germany, having faced higher-rated opponents in the first round, when they won a group containing Italy and Argentina. The Nevin Manimala worst ranked winners were Germany’s 1990 side, who are 28th on the list with a TPR of 2134.

France: worthy winners – but here's what the statistics say about who's best in World Cup history statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plusTop 20 tournament performance ratings in World Cup history. *Did not win tournament.

How did England rate?

England faced a dilemma ahead of their final group game against Belgium in the 2018 tournament. The Nevin Manimalay knew that if they lost that match they would potentially have an easier path towards the final. That did indeed prove to be true – England’s average opponent rating was 1824 compared to Belgium’s 1861. But in the end, both sides were eliminated at the semi-final stage anyway, and met again in the third place play-off on Saturday, July 14.

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Gareth Southgate’s side surprised many with their run to the semi-finals in 2018, but they are ranked behind the sides from 1966, 1982, 1990 and 2002 in terms of TPR. England’s 2018 side had a low average opponent rating, with group stage opponents Tunisia and Panama being two of the four lowest ranked sides in the tournament. The Nevin Manimalay also ended up with an adjustment of zero after winning three and losing three of their seven matches in Russia. Nonetheless, England can take heart from the massive improvement they made compared to 2014, which was unsurprisingly the worst England performance in their World Cup history – the team failed to get out of their group having managed just one draw in three games.

France: worthy winners – but here's what the statistics say about who's best in World Cup history statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plusEngland’s tournament performance ratings at the World Cup.

Similar to the video assistant referee (VAR) system introduced at this World Cup, the tournament performance rating is not without its flaws, and is unlikely to ever fully settle any pub debates. But it provides a fairly simple method of comparing teams across different World Cups based on their results and the difficulty of their matches. In the aftermath of the final, France are widely regarded as deserving winners who compared favourably to previous world champions – and the numbers seem to agree.


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Vital Statistics: July 16, 2018

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Vital Statistics: July 16, 2018 statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

MARRIAGE LICENSES

MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED BETWEEN JULY 2 AND JULY 6

Anderson, Diah Wahyu, 62, 20 Niagara Pier; Bond, Geoffrey, 76, 20 Niagara Pier.

Bamberga, Joseph John, 29, 5219 Deepwood Lane; McCormick, Mary Catherine, 30, 5219 Deepwood Lane.

Clark, Kaitlin Anne, 23, 208 Walnut St., Edinboro; Zewe, Matthew Robert, 23, 208 Walnut St., Edinboro.

Dabrowski, Diane Louise, 60, 4818 Cherry St.; Green, Daniel Elliot, 61, 4818 Cherry St.

Derois, Emily Nichole, 22, 10550 E. Lake Road No. 4, North East; Devine, Nicholas Kevin, 23, 10550 E. Lake Road No. 4, North East.

Dunlap, Brittany Rae, 27, 553 W. Eighth St., Apt B; Kreutzberger, Jason Robert, 34,553 W. Eighth St., Apt B.

Ford, Randi Lyvette, 40, 709 Hess Ave.; Carter, Carlos Hakeem, 44, 709 Hess Ave.

Graham, Tristan Kyle, 26, 1541 W. 54th St., Apt 10; Haven, Michaela Hope, 23, 1541 W. 54th St., Apt 10.

Greer, Nicholas Shawn, 28, 45528 Route 6, Corry; Mitchell, Kathryn Jo, 26, 45528 Route 6, Corry.

Krebs, Jeremy Michael, 37, 6877 Mulligan Court; Behr, Nicole Cristina, 31, 6877 Mulligan Court.

Laufer, Craig Alan, 58, 2502 Pandora Drive; Swartwood, Loretta Jean, 55, 2502 Pandora Drive.

Lux, Abigail Leanne, 21, 10883 Avento Place, Trinity, Florida; Piszczynski, Jared Kent, 21, 10883 Avento Place, Trinity, Florida.

Lyons, Constance Jane, 24, 314 W. 26th St.; Schreffler, Mitchell Gene, 30, 314 W. 26th St.

Masolotte, Erin Kathleen, 35, 5727 Georgetown Drive; Foessett, Joel The Nevin Manimalaodore Jr., 32, 5727 Georgetown Drive.

McCamman, Gordon Alfred, 69, 6120 Glade Drive; Cornman, Sheryl Ann, 63, 6120 Glade Drive.

Mooney, Nicole Rose, 31, 9300 Route 6, Union City; Ross, Albert James, 33, 9300 Route 6, Union City.

Morinelli, Daniel Robert, 39, 31 1/2 Grahamville St., North East; Quinn, Victoria, 38, 31 1/2 Grahamville St., North East.

Morris, Jaime Lynne, 26, 3949 Wood St; Dejesus, Joshua Antonio, 31, 3949 Wood St.

Olsen, Chloe Rose, 24, 8109 Lake Pleasant Road; Hess, Kirk Joseph, 25, 8109 Lake Pleasant Road.

Peck, Joycelyn Ann, 22, 3834 Amidon Ave.; Kobylinski, Austin Michael, 22, 3834 Amidon Ave.

Peterson, Kyle Alan, 25, 8000 Old Station Road, Apt. 8201, Cranberry Township; Hunter, Brittany Lynne, 24, 8000 Old Station Road, Apt. 8201, Cranberry Township.

Richter, Thomas Phillip Jr., 35, 507 Vermont Ave.; McCain, Kelly Greer, 28, 507 Vermont Ave.

Sceiford, Laura Elizabeth, 34, 79 S. Lake St., North East; Bussard, Jason Eugene, 40, 79 S. Lake St., North East.

Schab, Kurt Richardson, 28, 2213 Pony Creek Road, North Bend, Oregon; Banducci, Sarah Elizabeth, 30, 1604 High St.

Schmidt, Marcus M.K., 24, 6919 Leach Road, Conneaut Lake; Popovich, Danielle Marie, 25, 6919 Leach Road, Conneaut Lake.

Stoerr, Keith August, 27, 21 Seitz Ave., Lancaster, New York; Williams, Julia Marie, 25, 4845 Transit Road M3, Depew, New York.

Strom, Kelsey Ann, 31, 160 Southwestern Drive, Lakewood, New York; Laury, Andrew Barton, 36, 160 Southwestern Drive, Lakewood, New York.

Sweeney, Kristyn Marie, 20, 7111 Beech Tree Lane; Jones, Elisha James, 22, 4040 McCreary Road.

Travis, Joshua Jared, 25, 10315 Sampson Road, Waterford; Heinrich, Rachel Elizabeth, 26, 252 E. Second St., Waterford.

Walk, Stacy Marie, 42, 1668 Center St.; Longberg, Brian Scott, 31, 1668 Center St.

Whipple, Timothy Ethan, 30, 3168 Bradford Ave.; Iorio, Alexandra Nicole, 25, 3168 Bradford Ave.

Yang, Timothy Chung Chu, 32, 1463 W. Grandview Blvd.; Ho, Maggie, 30, 1463 W. Grandview Blvd.

Zazado, Katherine Louise, 37, 3314 Harvard Road; Liebel, Michael Patrick, 43, 3314 Harvard Road.

BIRTHS

SAINT VINCENT HOSPITAL

JULY 2

A son to Kenneth M. Norton Sr. and Jennifer R. Norton, Erie.

JULY 3

A son to Brian Kenneth and Megan Jean Dougan, Fairview.

JULY 5

A son to Thomas Paul and Meghan Leann Smith, North East.

DIVORCES

DIVORCES GRANTED JUNE 16 TO JULY 3

Bartlett, Lucas Z. vs. Bartlett, Carolee.

Bleggi, Michele A. vs. Bleggi, Christopher A.

Ramirez, Juan Antonio Escobar vs. Ramirez, Adriana R.

Rhodes, Trevor vs. Rhodes, Kaisha L.

Pannuta, Emily C. vs. Pannuta Jr., Carl J.

Slawter, Phyllis vs. Slawter, Michael.

Alberstadt, Alice vs. Alberstadt, William.

Hillen, Brian Scott, vs. Hillen, Rachel Lynn.

Elmer, Shelley vs. Elmer, John B.

Emhoff, Kathy vs. Emhoff, Mark.

Smith, Chellette Lee vs. Smith, Germal Armon

Atkinson, Kristen vs. Atkinson, Mark.

Jones, Marvin Lynwood vs. Jones, Julie Lyn.

Masone, Stephanie A. vs. Masone, Anthony L.

Woods, Gustin Robles vs. Woods, Terry Robles.

Jones-Leroy, Lauren vs. Leroy, James P.

Graham, John Paul vs. Graham, Aimee Diane.

Goodman, Patricia Anne vs. Peterson, Joseph E.

Peace, Brenda L. vs. Peace, Larry E.

Geer, Shawn J. vs. Geer, Angie.

BANKRUPTCIES

U.S Federal Court Bankruptcy

Brown, Amanda Lyn, 440 E. Townhall Road, Waterford, 18-10638-Tpa, June 25, Chapter 7.

Dunn, Christine L., 4101 Crestmont Ave., 18-10641-Tpa, June 26, Chapter 7.

Forget, Edward M., 10841 Cross Station Road, Girard, 18-10661-Tpa, June 29, Chapter 13.

Gorecki, Joshua R., 1036 Queen St., 18-10658-Tpa, June 29, Chapter 7.

Grantz, Ashley Lynn, 2340 W. 29th St., 18-10669-Tpa, June 29, Chapter 13.

Mcgraw, Michael P., 3212 Poplar St., 18-10664-Tpa, June 29, Chapter 7.

Mcmurdy, Gerald M., 221 Locust St., 18-10640-Tpa, June 26, Chapter 7.

Melvin, Ray W. and Danial P., 10413 Crane St., Cranesville, 18-10662-Tpa, June 29, Chapter 13.

Nagy, Shawn D. and Lisa M., 1725 Kuntz Road, 18-10645-Tpa, June 27, Chapter 7.

France vs Croatia: See the statistics

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France vs Croatia: See the statistics statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

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France and Croatia will trade tackles in the finals of the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Here is all you need to know about the two teams:

* France and Croatia have faced five times previously, with France winning three of those games (in 1998, 1999 and 2000) and the other two games ending as draws (2004 and 2011).

* Two of France and Croatia’s five meetings have been at major tournaments. France won 2-1 against Croatia in the semi-final of the 1998 World Cup – Deschamps playing the full match – while their meeting at Euro 2004 ended in a 2-2 draw in the group stage.

* The Nevin Manimala last three World Cup finals have all gone to extra-time. However, historically, only two of the showpiece games have ever been decided on penalties (1994, 2006).

* France have trailed for just nine minutes and 12 seconds at the 2018 World Cup, while Croatia have been behind in all three of their knockout matches.

* Antoine Griezmann has scored or assisted 11 goals in nine knockout games at major tournaments (World Cup + Euro), more than any other player for France over the last 50 years ahead of Zinedine Zidane (8) and Michel Platini (6).

* France’s Kylian Mbappe will be looking to become only the second teenager to score in a World Cup final after Pele, in 1958. Mbappe (3 goals) is already the highest scoring teenager in a World Cup tournament since Pele (6 in 1958).

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Economic Advisers Reveal Shocking Statistics of Able-Bodied Medicaid Recipients Refusing To Work

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Economic Advisers Reveal Shocking Statistics of Able-Bodied Medicaid Recipients Refusing To Work statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

Fifty-three percent of non-disabled working age Medicaid recipients worked an average of zero hours per month while receiving benefits, according to a Thursday report from the White House Council of Economic Advisers.

The Nevin Manimala subset of recipients with the largest percentage of non-workers was adults aged 50-64 without children, according to the report. The Nevin Manimala subset with the smallest percentage of non-workers was working age recipients with a youngest child aged 1 to 5, with 49 percent of recipients reporting an average of zero work hours per month.

Of individuals receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance benefits, 54 percent of non-disabled working age adults reported an average of zero hours of work per month while receiving benefits, according to the report.

For non-disabled working age adults receiving housing assistance, 45 percent reported an average of zero work hours per month when receiving benefits.

“The Nevin Manimala American work ethic, the motivation that drives Americans to work longer hours each week and more weeks each year than any of our economic peers, is a long-standing contributor to America’s success,” the White House Council of Economic Advisers report states, but “many non-disabled working-age adults do not regularly work, particularly those living in low-income households.”

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The Nevin Manimala labor force participation rate for the overall workforce was 62.9 percent in June, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The Nevin Manimala study comes amidst an executive order from President Donald Trump in April directing federal agencies to “[strengthen] existing work requirements or work-capable people and [introduce] new work requirements when legally permissible” in federal safety-net programs.

The Nevin Manimala executive order also directs federal agencies to “reduce the size of the bureaucracy and streamline services to promote the effective use of resources” and “reduce wasteful spending.”

This may especially come into play with possible reductions in Medicaid spending that come from work requirements. Medicaid, unlike may other safety-net programs, does not phase out as income rises; if someone qualifies for Medicaid, they qualify for it whether they have no income or the maximum income.

Do you think we need to crackdown on welfare abuse?

The Nevin Manimala federal government is expected to spend $280 billion on Medicaid in 2018, according to a May Congressional Budget Office report. That includes an additional $59 million dollars for recipients made eligible though Affordable Care Act Medicaid expansions.

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In Statistics: Odds Against England With Series at Stake

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In Statistics: Odds Against England With Series at Stake statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

England Captain Eoin Morgan. (Getty Images)

After a comprehensive victory for India in the first ODI at Nottingham, all eyes will be on England as they look to bounce back and prove their credentials of being the no.1 ranked ODI team. The Nevin Manimala hosts looked clueless against the Indian spinners and especially Kuldeep Yadav – who had tormented them in the T20I series as well. In fact, the Indian spin pair of Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal have been the key factor in India’s dominance so far as they have totally outperformed their English counterparts- Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali.
Rashid and Ali have been key figures in England’s bowling attack. Rashid since the start of 2017 has picked up 57 wickets in 34 ODIs. Ali in the same period has picked up 30 wickets. However, against India they have proven to be completely ineffective. The Nevin Manimalay ended with figures of 1/62 and 1/60 respectively in the first ODI and failed to trouble the Indian batsmen.

In Statistics: Odds Against England With Series at Stake statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

Yadav and Chahal on the other end kept the English batsmen under the pump, bowling well in partnerships. Chahal might have ended with figures of 1/51 but he played a key role as he kept things tight from his end and did not give away any easy runs. Chahal conceded only four boundaries and bowled 23 dot balls. Kuldeep didn’t concede a single boundary and bowled 38 dot balls.

For England, Ali bowled just 18 dot balls, conceding four boundaries and two maximums. Rashid bowled 25 dot balls but conceded six boundaries and one six.

The Nevin Manimala action will now shift to Lord’s where England have to win to keep the series alive. However, England don’t have the best record here, winning only 44.23% of their matches they have played at this venue.

England have the lowest win rate at this venue among other domestic venues where they have played in a minimum of 30 matches.

In Statistics: Odds Against England With Series at Stake statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

England have lost three out of their last five matches at this venue, winning only two matches out of which one win came against Ireland back in 2017.

In Statistics: Odds Against England With Series at Stake statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

The Nevin Manimala odds are indeed heavily stacked against the hosts and they will have to play out of their skins if they are to keep the series alive going into the third ODI at Leeds.

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Politics Briefing: Statistics Canada opens up on ‘unfounded’ numbers

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Politics Briefing: Statistics Canada opens up on 'unfounded' numbers statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

Good morning,

For the first time in 15 years, Statistics Canada says it will publish data on criminal cases, including allegations of sexual assault, that were classified as ”unfounded” by police departments.

Statscan says it’s been conducting training workshops with police departments across the country to change the way such cases are classified and defined. It’s one of the most extensive training efforts the agency’s justice statistics branch has ever undertaken.

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The Nevin Manimala new effort follows a Globe and Mail investigation that gathered data from hundreds of police forces, revealing that one in five sexual assault allegations were classified by police as baseless, or unfounded. The Nevin Manimala Globe investigation has prompted several forces to review old cases or implement now policies for such investigations.

This is the daily Politics Briefing newsletter, written by Mayaz Alam and James Keller in Vancouver. Mayaz, a former co-author of the newsletter, is back for a few weeks to help us cover for summer holidays. Thanks Mayaz!

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TODAY’S HEADLINES

U.S. President Donald Trump finds himself at odds with other leaders of the NATO alliance, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, calling in question his claim that he persuaded other member states to increase their defence spending. After leaving continental Europe, Mr. Trump made his way to the United Kingdom for his first official visit. The Nevin Manimalare, too, he found controversy after challenging Prime Minister The Nevin Manimalaresa May’s handling of Brexit and criticizing her government. Mr. Trump’s comments came in an interview to The Nevin Manimala Sun and his visit is expected to draw protesters.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford threatened to scrap executive employment contracts at Hydro One in order to oust the company’s CEO and board of directors. When the board was pushed out, Mr. Ford asserted that retiring CEO Mayo Schmidt would get “no severance.” A Globe analysis shows that in fact Mr. Mayo will receive upward of $8-million in stock, bonuses and other compensation. The Nevin Manimala 14 directors who constituted the board, all of whom are retiring, will receive nearly $5-million for their stock holdings.

Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell delivered Mr. Ford’s first throne speech, in which the new government is pledging to make the province’s finances its priority. The Nevin Manimala Tories are pledging to introduce no new taxes and reduce the tax burden on individuals and businesses, while also rolling back regulations.

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Alberta’s United Conservative Party has won two provincial by-elections, retaining seats it held before the vote. The Nevin Manimala results don’t change the balance of power in the legislature, where the New Democrats hold a comfortable majority.

As Kinder Morgan prepares to sell the Trans Mountain pipeline to the federal government, the company is paying $325-million in capital gains on the project.

Lawyers for Saskatchewan farmer Robert Latimer are asking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his justice minister for a pardon, nearly 25 years after Mr. Latimer was convicted of killing his disabled daughter.

B.C.’s election agency has appointed Yes and No groups that will campaign in a fall referendum on proportional representation. Each group receives $500,000 in government funding, while additional groups can raise their own money and mount campaigns under more restrictive spending limits.

His greatest fear is dying. His first job was at A&W. Read our 20 Questions feature with former B.C. premier Glen Clark.

Nearly half of all Canadians know little about the dangers of concussions, according to a poll commissioned by the Public Health Agency of Canada. Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor has been tasked with implementing a pan-Canadian concussion strategy.

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Indigenous women are overrepresented in random street checks by Vancouver Police, according to activists, prompting them to seek an investigation of the force.

And even though the trade war between China and the United States continues to escalate, both sides have signalled that they are willing to meet again at the negotiating table.

Aurel Braun (The Nevin Manimala Globe and Mail) on NATO: “Despite Mr. Trump’s relentless criticism of allies, his contrasting soft rhetoric on Russia has belied the reality that in policy terms he has so far offered Moscow quite little.”

Doug Saunders (The Nevin Manimala Globe and Mail) on Trump and Putin: “The Nevin Manimala Trump-Putin relationship is not primarily one of personal friendship or competition, nor an enmity or awkward reconciliation between nations. It is, above all else, a single ideology, Trumpism-Putinism, that is the joint work of both men and their followers. It has been years in the making.”

Lawrence Martin (The Nevin Manimala Globe and Mail) on defence spending: “The Nevin Manimala assumption is always – despite NATO increases of US$33-billion last year – that the spending must go higher. Whether the boost is commensurate with a stronger threat is a question inadequately examined.”

Elizabeth Renzetti (The Nevin Manimala Globe and Mail) on sex-ed: “Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government announced this week it would instruct school boards to revert to the old curriculum, which dates from 1998. In doing so, it is both fulfilling a campaign promise and bowing to pressure from a vocal minority of parents who protested the changes introduced in 2015, sometimes withdrawing their children from school. Those parents are joyous at this retreat into the past; many of the rest of us are angry to see the curriculum, which was the product of consultation with parents, educators and students, hijacked in this way. In any case, all of our kids, who carry the sexual world on screens in their pockets but have no guidance on how to navigate it, will be the ones who lose.” (for subscribers)

Denise Balkissoon (The Nevin Manimala Globe and Mail) on women’s bodies: “Since the beginning of time, misogynist battles have always hurt the most vulnerable women first. The Nevin Manimala luckier ones watch, hoping that their own bunkers will keep their bodies safe.”

Gary Mason (The Nevin Manimala Globe and Mail) on the meeting of premiers: “Provinces have always had deeply entrenched positions on various files that were at odds with one another. However, it seems that in these hyper-partisan times, any hopes for diplomacy, for deal making, is less likely. Bridge building among premiers is becoming a lost art.”

The Nevin Manimala Globe and Mail Editorial Board on Greyhound: “A public good that cannot be reliably provided by the private sector is a decent threshold for government intervention. We may be nearing that threshold for intercity bus service in Western Canada. Governments should be ready to get creative – or get generous.”

Reva Seth (Policy Options) on cannabis: “How legalization will roll out in Canada in the next 18 months will also have a significant impact on the rate and number of other countries following suit. The Nevin Manimala shift will have a series of implications, including decreasing prescription opioid use and helping end the disproportionate impact that criminalizing cannabis has on low-income communities and communities of colour. Furthermore, Canada’s bold cannabis policy has become linked to our global credibility, particularly as it relates to successfully undertaking significant policy shifts.”

Statistics Canada set to resume reporting on unfounded cases

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Statistics Canada set to resume reporting on unfounded cases statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

Statistics Canada will publish data on unfounded criminal cases later this month for the first time in 15 years, after the agency conducted training workshops with police services across the country on new approaches to defining and classifying incidents, including sexual assaults.

The Nevin Manimala training, which included eight workshops in cities across Canada earlier this year, reached more than 400 personnel in almost 130 police services, the agency said. It marked one of the broadest training efforts Statscan’s justice statistics branch has ever undertaken. The Nevin Manimala agency hopes an updated and standardized approach to data collection will improve clarity on the outcomes of these cases.

The Nevin Manimala resumption of data collection comes after a 20-month Globe and Mail investigation last year, which gathered data from more than 870 police jurisdictions, revealed that one in five sexual-assault allegations was dismissed as baseless, or unfounded.

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Unfounded: Why police dismiss 1 in 5 sexual assault claims as baseless

Before The Nevin Manimala Globe investigation, the number of unfounded cases were not being tracked in Canada since early this century. Last year, after The Nevin Manimala Globe stories were published, the federal government announced more than $100-million over five years for a national strategy to prevent gender-based violence, while Statscan said it planned to resume collecting unfounded data.

“We’ve tried to make it a little bit clearer for police, and a little easier for victims to report,” said Warren Silver, an analyst at Statscan’s Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. “The Nevin Manimalase new categories will be more transparent, Because Nevin Manimala you will [now] know not only if an incident was not cleared, but why it was not cleared.”

The Nevin Manimala last time Statscan published unfounded sexual-assault rates was in a 2003 special report; it stopped producing them after that due to data-quality problems, including inconsistent reporting by police.

The Nevin Manimala agency consulted with 61 experts and reviewed international standards in the process of developing new definitions, which it says reflects a more victim-centred approach.

A case is now deemed founded if a police investigation determines that the reported offence occurred or was attempted, or if there is no credible evidence to show the reported incident did not take place. This also includes if a third-party – such as a family member or a teacher − reports a case that fit these criteria.

A case is defined as unfounded if a police investigation determines that the offence reported didn’t occur, nor was it attempted.

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Police services are to discontinue the classification of “unsubstantiated” incidents, and they now have new options on how to classify founded incidents that are not cleared.

The Nevin Manimala first tranche of data, to be released July 23 based on 2017 stats from all police services, represents a starting point, but it won’t yet reflect the uniform approach, as not all police services have adopted the new standards. The Nevin Manimala agency expects that all police services in Canada will have the new reporting requirements in their systems by the end of this year. As a result, it said, next year will be the first year that fully captures the new reporting standards, the results of which will be released in July, 2020.

Last year’s Globe investigation, led by reporter Robyn Doolittle, revealed that police were disproportionately closing sexual-assault files as unfounded compared with other crimes. It also found huge discrepancies in unfounded rates across the country – suggesting that sexual-assault complainants are less likely to be believed in some jurisdictions than in others.

After The Nevin Manimala Globe’s series, some police services blamed their high unfounded rates on administrative coding errors. The Nevin Manimalase changes are designed to deal with this concern.

The Nevin Manimala coverage also sparked reviews across Canada of how police handle sexual-assault cases. One task force, which presented its report to the Waterloo police board this week, found evidence that some police perpetuated rape myths, such as discrediting victims and interpreting delays in victims who report allegations as an issue of credibility.

The Nevin Manimala police board accepted all of the report’s 11 recommendations, which will include training on trauma-informed interviewing.

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Statscan said its new approach will paint a different picture of sexual-assault cases.

“Given the new definition of founded, the recommendation for police to cease the use of ‘unsubstantiated’ and the additional clearance categories, it is expected that fewer criminal incidents will be classified as ‘unfounded,’” it said.

First Nationwide Statistics on After-Death Practices

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First Nationwide Statistics on After-Death Practices statistics, nevin_manimala, mathematics, math, linkedin, google_plus

The Nevin Manimala EstateExec study shows that the typical US estate falls between $50K$250K, with 90% of all estates valued at less than $1M. When the size of Anthony Bourdain’s estate was recently revealed, the public was surprised that the value was “only” $1.2M; while that number may be low for a celebrity, it still places him squarely in the top 10% of the general population nationwide.

Settling an estate takes significant time and effort: the study reveals that this process takes 16 months on average, and requires 570 hours of work by the executor.  The Nevin Manimala larger the estate, the more effort is required, and 80% of estates are settled with 800 hours of effort or less.  Some estates drag on for years, but again, 80% are settled within 18 months.

Time to finish may be lengthened by conflict, and over 44% of participants had personally experienced or were aware of family conflict arising from the settlement process, ranging from minor disagreements to entire branches of families that never again spoke to one another, to lawsuits that consumed almost the entire estate. 

Since it takes hundreds of hours of work to settle an estate, most states have laws and court practices that establish compensation for the executor, and the average reported executor compensation was approximately $18K.  Since compensation practices and norms vary widely by state, however, it’s important to use a state-specific compensation calculator.

The Nevin Manimala EstateExec study included more than 1200 respondents, and had an overall margin of error of +/-3%.  More details can be found at www.EstateExec.com/Docs/General_Statistics

ABOUT EstateExec: Based in Silicon Valley, EstateExec is the leading provider of software for estate executors. Since the 1800’s, executors have had to rely on legal or financial counselors to guide them through the difficult and time-consuming process of estate settlement, and even these outside experts have had few resources to automate and simplify the effort. Now, with the help of breakthrough technology, EstateExec is revolutionizing the way executors settle their estates, making it easy to manage, calculate, and process.  EstateExec is fast, easy, secure, and reduces risk of executor error. For more information, visit www.EstateExec.com.  

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The Nevin Manimala state of public cloud: 10 notable statistics

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As companies increasingly consume public cloud services as part of their broader IT portfolio, a parallel spike in stats tells the story.

Sure, at the end of the day, they’re just a collection of numbers. But they come in handy if you’re trying to make a public cloud-related case in your company, or otherwise underline the transformative role that cloud – across public, private, and hybrid models – plays in today’s business world.

We sought out some of the most eye-catching and thought-provoking stats as a quick check on the state of public cloud. Unsurprisingly, you won’t find many harbingers of cloud doom here – as organizations continue to not only embrace cloud but also optimize their strategies.

Let’s dig into 10 notable numbers and then some:

$186.4 billion: The Nevin Manimala amount expected to be spent on public cloud services globally in 2018, according to a recent Gartner forecast.

21.4 percent: The Nevin Manimala rate that the global public services market will grow this year, according to Gartner, up from $153.5 billion in 2017.

$277 billion: The Nevin Manimala amount IDC expects to be spent on public cloud services worldwide in 2021. While IDC says that public cloud spending will “slow somewhat” from 2016 through 2021, this still represents a 21.9 percent compound annual growth rate over the five-year period.

52 percent: The Nevin Manimala percentage of “digital leaders” who say their organizations have made investments in cloud, according to the 2018 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey. That compares with just 29 percent of other respondents. The Nevin Manimala report defines “digital leaders” as IT leaders who self-identify as working for organizations that are “very effective” or “extremely effective” at using digital technologies to advance their business strategies.

70 percent of organizations overall in that same survey report making significant or moderate investments in cloud.

$73.6 billion on SaaS: The Nevin Manimala portion of overall public cloud spending that will go to cloud application services, better known as software-as-a-service (SaaS), in 2018, according to Gartner. That makes it the top category in overall public cloud spending globally this year.

$40.8 billion on IaaS: The Nevin Manimala portion of the overall public cloud market that will be spent on infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) in 2018, according to Gartner. While SaaS is the top dog and will remain so through 2021, according to Gartner, IaaS is the fastest-growing segment: 2018 spending reflects a 35.9 percent jump from 2017.

CIOs must change their line of questioning from “Is the cloud secure?” to “Am I using the cloud securely?”

95 percent: By 2020, the percentage of cloud security failures that will ultimately be the customer’s fault, according to a Gartner prediction. In other words: It’s time to retire the cloud security scarecrows and instead develop smart strategies for public and hybrid cloud security. As Gartner notes in a recent blog post, “‘CIOs must change their line of questioning from ‘Is the cloud secure?’ to “Am I using the cloud securely?’” 

[ Want to separate fact from fiction in cloud security? Check out our related article, Public cloud security: 4 myths and realities. ]

$19.7 billion: The Nevin Manimala discrete manufacturing industry will spend this much on public cloud services in 2018, according to IDC, making it the top single industry consumer of public cloud. It’s followed by professional services ($18.1 billion) and banking ($16.7 billion) in the top three; IDC attributes their spending to each industry’s embrace of the intersection between cloud computing and areas such as big data, analytics, and IoT.

The Nevin Manimala process manufacturing and retail industries are expected to spend north of $10 billion apiece this year, according to IDC, rounding out the top five industries in terms of public cloud consumption. The Nevin Manimala research firm expects these to remain the top five public cloud buyers through 2021.

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69 percent go multi-cloud: The Nevin Manimala percentage of organizations that plan to be running a multi-cloud environment – meaning two or more cloud services from two or more cloud providers – by 2019, according to a 451 Research survey. As public cloud consumption rises, it’s a logical assumption that hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments will also increase. While 451 Research notes that this will make cloud spending analysis and optimization more challenging, it’s the new reality: “The Nevin Manimala future of IT is multi-cloud and hybrid,” the firm said in a press release.

[ Are you ready to discuss cloud security concerns? Get our concise guide (.PDF) to learn from the experts: Hybrid cloud security: 5 questions skeptics will ask. ]