Based on the stories we share, it would be easy to imagine that when a baby is born is random. In the U.S., however, weeks in September have 5 to 10 percent more births than weeks in January. Twelve thousand babies are born on a typical Tuesday compared with 8,000 on a typical Saturday. Sixty percent of babies are born during the day, between 6 A.M. and 6 P.M. And, 3.5 times as many babies are born at exactly 8:00 A.M., the most common minute to be born, than at the least common, 3:09 A.M.
Zan Armstrong | blogs.scientificamerican.com
Die schön gemachte Analyse von Zan Armstrong für "Scientific American", der sich Datenvisualisierungsunterstützung bei Nadieh Bremer geholt hat, hat es sogar über den Atlantik in die "Zeit" geschafft.