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Five Fundamental Concepts of Data Science feature

  • Authors: Kirk Borne
  • Published Date: Nov 11, 2013

Data Science is like…. How many times have you seen an article start this way? Now, you have just seen another one! But I want to avoid completing that sentence, and consequently I will skip...

Probability and Statistics for Ecosystem Managers: An interview with author Dr. Timothy Haas feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Nov 06, 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 at...

Mentoring in biostatistics: An interview with Professor Lehana Thabane feature

  • Authors: Joanna Carpenter
  • Published Date: Dec 11, 2013

Professor Lehana Thabane is Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics and Director of the Biostatistics Unit, Centre for Evaluation of Medicine, McMaster University, Canada. He was born and...

A new generation of evolving robots leap, bounce, and jitter into being feature

  • Authors: Leila Battison
  • Published Date: Sep 24, 2013

The image of a sentient, adaptable, and indestructible robot has long been the preoccupation of science fiction writers and futurists alike. It is a dream for some, a nightmare for others, but van...

Has statistics made us healthier? The role of statistics in public health feature

  • Authors: Joanna Carpenter
  • Published Date: Jul 17, 2013

Public health – defined as the science and art of prolonging life, preventing disease and preventing disability through the organized efforts of society by the UK Faculty of Public Health – has...

Statistical Truisms in the Age of Big Data feature

  • Authors: Kirk Borne
  • Published Date: Jun 19, 2013

Does Big Data make Statistics obsolete? Of course not! But, many are now suggesting it (1). We address here some of the causes and consequences of this way of thinking. Specifically, we examine some...

Social Networks and their Economics: An interview with author Daniel Birke feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Sep 06, 2013

This week, Wiley is proud to publish Social Networks and their Economics: Influencing Consumer Choice by new author Daniel Birke, Visiting Researcher at Aston Business School, Birmingham, who also...

"The key is to teach people about uncertainty." An interview with Dennis V. Lindley, one of the founding fathers of Bayesian statistics feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jul 29, 2013

Tying in with our celebrations of the 250th anniversary of Bayes’ theory, StatisticsViews.com interviewed Dennis Lindley, a British statistician, renowned for being one of the founding fathers of...

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