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I clicked on this link and it was blocked for the reason of "Sex". Shame on you, .

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Must have been the map for "Bullshit" since bull was as close as they came to mentioning sex.
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someone want to explain to jmo what some of the other terms are?
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One of them is another term for a male chicken, Ms Marler, so that's another one that has to do with gender.
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heat maps for:af (as f***), asf (as f***), b*d*$$, b*llsh*t, c*ck, cr*ppy, d***it, d***it,*d***ed, d*ng, d*ck, d*ckh**d, d**chebag, eff*ng, f*rt, fr**kin, fr**king, fr*ck, fr*ckin, fr*ggin, f***, f***ed, f***er, f***ers, f***ery, f***in, f***ing, fw (f*** with), g*dd**n, gtfo (get the f*** out), he*k, idgaf (I don't give a f***), lmfao (l**ghing my f***ing a$$ off), mf (motherf***er/-ing), mofo, motherf***ing, ni**a, omfg (oh my f***ing g*d), p*ss, p*ss*d, pis*y, pr*ck, sc*m, sh*t, sh*ts, sh*tty, sh*ttiest, sh*tting, sl*tty, stfu (s*** the f*** up), s***s, s***r, tf (the f***), t***, t***, wtf (what the f***), wth (what the h***)
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Ok, I was just going by what I saw in the image. Spoke to soon.
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You know, I have to admit that I don't think using pie charts in this specific instance is all that bad. A pie chart to express distribution of colors isn't that bad. ;D

But since they do a lot of different halls/majors, etc and they reference Baye's theorem, it would have been better to represent each hall with stick figures that are wearing different colored underwear. That way you could also get a comparison of the size of each group. Current visualization doesn't tell me how big each pie is.

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I love the article, and think the graphs are fun, and good enough, given the seriousness of the topic.
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