This book shows how anything can be quantified and presents several compelling ways to look at situations in order to analyze them.
How to Measure Anything - because it provides unique ways to analyze data. Having said that, Freakonomics is much more story based where How to Measure Anything is much more of a technical howto.
The research stated through this book produces quantifiable data and does not rely on personal bias. Very informative and the information could be used to counter many political discussions on sensitive topics.
Amazing perspective and analysis of socioeconomic data in our modern times. It'll have you thinking and looking at things in away that you may have not before. I left the book feeling enlightened and now have a different way of analyzing patterns and social behaviors. The narration was also great and easy to follow.
I've listened to the podcast every week for over 2 years now and absolutely love it. I should've listened to this book long ago, but kept putting it off. I wish that I wouldn't have done that because the whole thing was great. Very interesting and informative!
This is the first audio book I've ever read. But I've enjoyed listening to it.
I liked the content and narration.
The extended content isn't that different from a summary of the entire book.
Lots of repetitive bonus material. Dives deep on a few topics, none of which really interested me much. I wish there had been more content. A book like this would likely be better read than listened to due to the data and charts cited.