- by SethBreedlove, Data Doctor
- 10/31/2014 12:35:30 AM
Not to worry, with UPS vampires can have their blood type of choice sent overnight.
Looking at the chart, I guess I'm at a low risk of being attacked by a vampire. Though as a vampire fan, it has been my long life fantasy to be a vampire. I just need enough notice so I can hit the gym to be great shape for of eternity.
- 10/30/2014 3:12:50 PM
Somehow the notion of vampires using advanced analytics and data visualization to identify geographical concentrations of gourmet rare blood types is intriguing. Maybe the theme of a Sci-Fi movie plot?
- 10/30/2014 2:03:18 PM
They could go to some parts of Europe too. It will have to depend on their mode of transport.
Ah, yes. Lots of delicious AB negative in northern Europe and Scandinavia. Closer to Romania. They could rush up there on public transportation, perhaps highspeed rail?
- by Phoenix, Data Doctor
- 10/29/2014 7:53:17 PM
@ Lyndon They could go to some parts of Europe too. It will have to depend on their mode of transport. It is really interesting to see how geographic clustering has happened with the different blood types. Australia with its multi cultural population still seems to have its own dominant groups.
- 10/29/2014 4:18:37 PM
Assuming that vampires prefer the more rare blood types, what is your risk of a vampire attack? And, if there is geographical clustering of the rare blood types, might vampires be lured to those areas (assuming they use analytics to determine such things)?
I was just fantasizing about how vampires might use these analytics, and there Robert hints at the same thing.
Seems to me vampires savoring the really rare AB- stuff oughta be planning holidays in Australia.