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"From the very beginning, the BBC has made statistics a central feature of its election night coverage:" An interview with Sir John Curtice feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Dec 12, 2018

Sir John Curtice is Senior Research Fellow at NatCen, Professor of Politics at Strathclyde University, and Chief Commentator on the What UK Thinks: EU and What Scotland Thinks websites. He has been a...

Statistically analysing the traffic and meteorological impact of air pollution feature

  • Authors: János Gyarmati-Szabó, Leonid V. Bogachev and Haibo Chen
  • Published Date: Dec 03, 2018

Air pollution is a collective name for various harmful substances in the atmosphere, many of which are caused by human activity (e.g., road traffic and point sources such as households, plants and...

Cloud Computing with R feature

  • Authors: Rudradev Sengupta
  • Published Date: Nov 20, 2018

Cloud computing has become a buzzword in the context of high performance computing. Over the past few years, it has experienced unparalleled growth and has attracted the attention of many researchers...

Statistica Neerlandica special issue on Benchmarking, Temporal Disaggregation and Reconciliation of Systems of Time Series just published: An interview with co-editor Baoline Chen feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Nov 01, 2018

Statistica Neerlandica has published a special issue on Benchmarking, Temporal Disaggregation and Reconciliation of Systems of Time Series. The special issue includes ten articles, all addressing...

"Neurophysiology is a place where statistics can play a valuable role in moving the field forward:" An interview with Robert Kass feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Oct 25, 2018

Professor Robert Kass has been been on the faculty of the Department of Statistics at Carnegie Mellon since 1981.  He joined the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC, run jointly...

Did Sexism Play a Role in Serena Williams’ Loss? feature

  • Authors: Allison Goldstein
  • Published Date: Oct 10, 2018

By now, the entirety of the tennis world knows what took place on Saturday, September 8, 2018, in the final round of the women’s singles at the 2018 US Open. For everyone else, here’s what happened:...

"Statistics is a really important part of almost anybody making a good decision or improving their understanding:" An interview with Adrian Bowman feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Oct 04, 2018

Adrian Bowman is a Professor of Statistics and Head of the School of Mathematics & Statistics in the University of Glasgow. His research interests include environmental modelling and the analysis...

Where Sensors and Data Fusion Methods Meet feature

  • Authors: Liam Critchley
  • Published Date: Sep 14, 2018

In these days of big data, data originates in multiple sources. To turn this data into useful information it needs to be integrated. Data fusion, or data integration, is a method that integrates a...

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