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Name  Carl Bialik

Role  Journalist
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Education  The Bronx High School of Science, Yale University
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Carl Bialik is an American journalist, who on February 6, 2017, was named Data Science Editor of Yelp, working on Yelpblog. Prior to this, Bialik was known for his work for The Wall Street Journal's web site, and the paper itself. He is also a co-founder of the growing online-only Gelf Magazine. In late 2013, Bialik was hired by Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight.com.

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Career

At WSJ.com, Bialik was the creator and writer of the weekly Numbers Guy column, about the use and (particularly) misuse of numbers and statistics in the news and advocacy. It launched in early 2005.

He was also the co-writer on the Web site's blog-like Daily Fix column, which bills itself as "a daily look at the best sportswriting on the Web."

His regular column at Gelf, which skews toward a meta-journalism focus but also includes many humorous, sports and political articles, was Blurb Racket, which pulls back the curtains on the critic quotes in movie and book advertisements, mainly by comparing them directly with the actual reviews they come from.

He has also written for The Monitor (Uganda), Media Life Magazine, Yale Alumni Magazine, Arabies Trends, Sports Illustrated, The Yale Herald, Yale Scientific Magazine, CareerBuilder, Student.com, and has published 5 scientific papers as of 2013.

At FiveThirtyEight Bialik wrote on a wide range of subjects, ranging from politics to economics to crime and to sports.

Background

He is a graduate of Yale University and the Bronx High School of Science. He is a New York City native.

References

Carl Bialik Wikipedia


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