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"Defining the role of statistics and placing it in the new areas is one important challenge": An interview with Professor Gerda Claeskens feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jun 26, 2017

Gerda Claeskens is Professor of Statistics at KU Leuven where she has been teaching since 2004. She gained her M.S. in Biostatistics and PhD in Mathematics at Limburgs Universitair Centrum....

How to solve a problem like missing data feature

  • Authors: Alex Sutherland and Catherine Saunders
  • Published Date: Jun 16, 2017

Missing data is a challenge for statisticians, policymakers and analysts, particularly when a robust evidence base is needed. This is often caused by three key reasons – when data collection is done...

"We decided it was better to collaborate rather than to compete:" An interview with Dr Geert Molenberghs feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: May 30, 2017

Dr Geert Molenberghs is Professor of Biostatistics at Universiteit Hasselt and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. He has co-authored many books, including Missing Data in Clinical Studies with...

People Analytics: How statistics is taking over HR departments across the world feature

  • Authors: Carlos Grajales
  • Published Date: May 24, 2017

More than half a dozen people, including statisticians, mathematicians and engineers are sitting together in a table, discussing strategies to tackle their new analytics challenge [1]. Like many data...

"I love genetics because it combines biology with mathematics": An interview with Dr Alice Whittemore feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: May 16, 2017

Dr Alice Whittemore is Professor of Health Research and Policy (Epidemiology) and of Biomedical Data Science at Stanford UniversitySchool of Medicine. Her research focuses on statistical methods for...

High Frequency: An interview with the Editors of Wiley's latest interdisciplinary journal on data science feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: May 04, 2017

This year, Wiley has been proud to launch High Frequency, the latest journal in our wide-ranging and diverse journals portfolio. High Frequency is the first and only highly interdisciplinary journal...

A Common Task Framework (CTF) for Objective Comparison of Spatial Prediction Methodologies feature

  • Authors: Christopher K. Wikle, Noel Cressie, Andrew Zammit-Mangion and Clint Shumack
  • Published Date: Apr 21, 2017

Scientists, engineers, and policy-makers are often interested in using statistical models to describe and predict (i.e., spatially interpolate) spatial processes given uncertain, and often incomplete...

Statistics from A to Z: Confusing Concepts Clarified - An interview with author Andrew Jawlik feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Apr 10, 2017

Wiley was proud to publish Statistics from A to Z: Confusing Concepts Clarified by Andrew Jawlik. Statistics is confusing, even for smart, technically competent people. And many students and...

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