Journal of Time Series Analysis Distinguished Author Award: An Interview with Robert Taylor
17th December 2020
Earlier this year, the Journal of Time Series Analysis launched a Distinguished Author award. With the 2020 additions to the inaugural list of recipients just announced, Stats & Data Science...
Biometrical Journal Publishes Open Access Articles on Nowcasting Covid-19 in Germany
8th December 2020
Biometrical Journal has just published two Open Access articles about nowcasting in the context of Covid-19 in Germany. Both articles have lay abstracts, reproduced below. The first paper entitled...
December 2020 issue of Significance just published!
4th December 2020
The December 2020 issue (17:6) of Significance has just been published. Included in this issue: In a data‐driven economy, access to data is vital. So, what happens when data are not available due...
Statistics for Citizen Science
6th November 2020
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the launch of Methods in Ecology and Evolution, the journal is highlighting a key article from each volume to feature in the Methods.blog. For Volume 5,...
Statistical Computing in the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics
2nd November 2020
In 2017 the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics began accepting papers for its new Statistical Computing section. This section is suitable for articles containing new algorithms,...
Journal of Time Series Analysis Distinguished Author Award
28th October 2020
In recognition of the authors who have made significant contributions to the journal, the Journal of Time Series Analysis is instigating a scheme to honour those authors by naming them a Journal of...
Pharmaceutical Statistics Virtual Issue on Estimands
28th October 2020
Pharmaceutical Statistics has just published a Virtual Issue on Estimands. Issue 16:1 (2017) of Pharmaceutical Statistics was deemed to be a special issue on the subject matter of estimands,...
October 2020 issue of Significance just published!
22nd October 2020
The October 2020 issue (17:5) of Significance has just been published. Included in this issue: Andrew Gustar explains how power laws describe patterns of musical success, from pop charts and...
“The coupling of innovation and open data science tools for science has been fascinating to me and hard to tease apart”: An interview with Dr Julia Stewart-Lowndes
29th January 2020
Dr Julia Stewart-Lowndes is a marine ecologist, data scientist, and Senior Fellow at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) at the University of California at Santa...
“It feels to me like a very affirming community that people feel more comfortable saying this is the work I do”: An interview with R Studio’s Chief Technology Officer Joe Cheng
18th November 2019
Joe Cheng is the Chief Technology Officer at RStudio. Joe was the original creator of Shiny, and leads the team responsible for Shiny and Shiny Server. After studying a BS in Management -...