Year End: How Well did Dissecting Society do?


Another Blogging Year nears the end. 2015 has been very interesting: the political universe became more challenging (in its resistance to change), and we increased our output (thanks to guest writers and new contributors). Early in January, this blog shared some indicators for the year that now ends; thus this week I'll be publishing a note per day showing how well did Dissecting Society (DS) do in the field of forecasting: did we get it right or wrong?

This year, the forecast project was conducted by two people only; but in the future we are hoping to include the input of other members of our growing team.

Before leaving, I'd like to thank Cristina Giancchini, Stephen Cheney, Scott Morgan, Lenny Hannah and Caleb Newton for their outstanding work and for having rendered 2015 an even more incredible year. May 2016 be even greater for all of us.

I would especially like to thank you, our dear readers, for following our work and for being our inspiration. Happy New Year to you all.

Enjoy our balance sheet. 

(Image: Year End - Google Images)

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    1. Hi Cristina :D!

      That's great, darling :). Again, thanks.

      Cheers

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  2. Happy new year to you too Max. It has been exhilarating being your reader.

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    1. Hi Rummy :D!

      Thank you and it has been a pleasure to have your as our reader :)!

      Happy New Year

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  3. I'll be here to read the series! Congrats to the whole team though, it has been super to be your reader.

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    1. Hi Raquel :D!

      That's is excellent, thank you *bowing*. Cheers to that and it has been super to have you as our reader :).

      Happy New Year

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