“Statistics provides a challenge somewhat akin to Sherlock Holmes’ task: how to find hidden truth in any data, from small to big.” An interview with Samuel S. Wilks Award winner Kanti Mardia
4th February 2014
At last year’s Joint Statistical Meetings in Montreal, Canada, Professor Kanti V. Mardia was awarded the Samuel S. Wilks Award for ‘extensive work covering a wide span of applied and...
Award-winning Wiley author takes on statistical role at NASA
12th December 2013
Award-winning Wiley author Noel Cressie has been appointed from 2013 to 2015 as a JPL Distinguished Visiting Scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL, NASA). Since 2011, Professor Cressie has...
Probability and Statistics for Ecosystem Managers: An interview with author Dr. Timothy Haas
6th November 2013
This summer, Wiley was proud to publish Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Ecosystem Managers: Simulation and Resampling by Dr. Timothy Haas, Associate Professor in Business Statistics...
“Environmetrics is still in the formation stage”: An interview with Walter W. Piegorsch and Abdel El-Shaarawi
28th March 2013
The Encyclopaedia of Environmetrics is now available online in a new edition with brand new content included. StatisticsViews.com talks to Walter W. Piegorsch and Abdel El-Shaarawi about the...
Radio 4’s More or Less: Behind the scenes with presenter Tim Harford
7th March 2013
More or Less is a BBC Radio 4 programme which discusses statistical issues raised in the news, politics and everyday life, as well as what's fun about numbers. The programme was originally presented...
Spatio-Temporal Statistics as its own discipline: Noel Cressie & Christopher Wikle on their award-winning collaboration
22nd January 2013
The main reference book for spatial statistics for nearly twenty years has been Noel Cressie’s Statistics for Spatial Data (Wiley, revised edition 1993) and Christopher Wikle has been referred...