What is the relationship between IE and US murder rate? Maybe you said that the gossip can’t be beaten, but network analyst Avinash Kaushik posted an interesting data on Facebook and found that the lower the usage rate of IE browser, the lower the murder rate in the United States!
Is it coincidence? Or what is the relationship between the two? Why are the two digital charts that are just so good so consistent?
does it matter? The lower the market share of IE browser, the lower the murder rate in the US
The market share of Internet Explorer has dropped from more than 75% in 2006 to just over 45% in 2011, and the number of murderers in the United States is just the same. From 2006, nearly 17,200 people have been falling. In 2011, it was less than 14,800 people, and its trend coincided with the market share of IE browser!
Avinash Kaushik said: “If we can reduce the market share of IE browser to 0%, think about it! A US without a murderer!!” Can you imagine this?
However, he also mentioned that the correlation of data does not necessarily represent causality, which is a good example.