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    Great read

    I enjoyed this book and it makes me see some of my own habits differently. But also make you realize to stop trying to understand the word by using data and analysis .. live it instead :)
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    Interesting Facts and Examples

    The book has lots of very interesting examples and facts that could only be found using large data sets. Some are surprising, which is largely the point. There isn’t much on the actual science/math of big data, which may disappoint some readers.
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    Everybody Lies

    The material is very interesting, although it is curious no mention is made of aggregation issues (the "ecological fallacy" well known to social scientists. Writing style is excessively "aren't-I-wonderful-and- precious".
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    Great book

    If you like freakonomics, you'll like this book. It's basically expanding ideas behind Freakonomics book, using data to uncover hidden truths, only this time with larger dataset. Mainly from Google search.
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