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Marathon pacing strategies: Is negative splitting really the holy grail? feature

  • Authors: Allison Goldstein
  • Published Date: Jul 30, 2018

For marathon runners—or really, runners of almost any distance—negative splitting is commonly considered the ideal pacing strategy. (“Negative splitting” means running the second half of a race faster...

The Benefits of Multivariate Process Monitoring in the Process Industry feature

  • Authors: Liam Critchley
  • Published Date: Jul 06, 2018

The demands of the process industry are always increasing, with production efficiency, product quality, safety levels and environmental protection being the main areas of interest. The main way to...

Bringing the inequality issue to the debate table feature

  • Authors: Carlos Grajales
  • Published Date: Jun 15, 2018

In January, just in time for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Oxfam released some data pertaining to the current situation of the world’s inequality [1], which translated in news headlines such as...

"Combining statistics with hard core engineering and applied mathematics is for me just absolutely fantastic": An interview with Mark Girolami feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: May 29, 2018

Mark Girolami is an EPSRC Established Career Research Fellow (2012 - 2018) and previously an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellow (2007 - 2012). He is the Director of the £10M Lloyds Register Foundation -...

"The interface of statistical optimality and computational optimality is becoming increasingly relevant in the larger data science environment": An interview with Eric Kolaczyk feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: May 09, 2018

Eric Kolaczyk is a Professor in Statistics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Boston University. Currently he serves as director of the department's MS in Statistical Practice...

"I want to help scientists understand things better": An interview with Robert Tibshirani feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Apr 17, 2018

Professor Robert Tibshirani is Professor of Statistics and Professor of Biomedical Data Science at Stanford University and a renowned statistician. In his work, he develops statistical...

An Introduction to Systems Engineering feature

  • Authors: Dr Liam Critchley
  • Published Date: Apr 04, 2018

As computing and other technologies advance, new ways of working come into play. One such example is systems engineering, which has gained a lot of usage across many engineering disciplines and...

Sexual Harassment Statistics: Is the Truth in the Numbers? feature

  • Authors: Allison Goldstein
  • Published Date: Mar 15, 2018

#MeToo. #TimesUp. The hashtags keep coming, and along with them, the stories of women—high profile women, women who are often seen as popular and powerful—being sexually harassed. It seems incredible,...

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