Significance: Men's Records and Women's: Are the Women Better Already?


  • Author: Stephen Raywood
  • Date: 18 September 2012

At the recent Joint Statistical Meetings in San Diego, Stephanie Kovalchik from the National Cancer Institute presented a talk entitled 'Men's Records and Women's: Are the Women Better Already?' at a session organised by Significance Magazine, the Royal Statistical Society and the American Statistical Association. See Stephanie's talk here.

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Stephanie's talk is based on her article, 'Men's records and women's: are the women better already? Moving towards a gender-neutral Olympics' which appeared in the Olympics special issue of Significance in April 2012. Throughout London 2012 Stephanie provided Significance readers with a daily Olympics update. The articles are available to read in the Sports section of the Significance website.

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