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"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 feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jan 29, 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 Barbara,...

"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 feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Nov 18, 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 - Information...

How Google is boosting the value of wind energy by using statistics feature

  • Authors: Carlos Grajales
  • Published Date: Oct 21, 2019

A few months ago, the International Energy Agency reported record high global carbon emissions in 2018 [1]. Once again protesters turned to the streets; once again a debate of academics, politicians...

Electric Cars: Where are they, where have they been, and where are they going? feature

  • Authors: Allison Goldstein
  • Published Date: Sep 30, 2019

These days, every device we own seems thirsty for electricity: our computers, our phones, lightbulbs, dishwashers. And yet most of our transportation still relies on other sources of fuel. Airplanes...

"It’s important for Statistics to maintain its identity": An interview with Alan Gelfand feature

  • Authors: Alison Oliver, Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Sep 23, 2019

Alan Gelfand is the James B. Duke Emeritus Professor of Statistics and Decision Sciences at Duke University and is best known for his significant contributions to the fields of Bayesian...

"Alexa, what are the stats?": How the Amazon Echo is powered by data science feature

  • Authors: Carlos Grajales
  • Published Date: Sep 10, 2019

About five years ago, Amazon released the first version of Echo, an internet-connected speaker, unique for its proprietary always-on voice assistant [1]. At first glance, Echo looks like a regular...

Testing Statistical Assumptions in Research: An interview with author J.P. Verma feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jul 24, 2019

Last month Wiley was proud to publish Testing Statistical Assumptions in Research by J.P. Verma and Abdel-Salam G. Abdel-Salam, which comprehensively teaches the basics of testing statistical...

How Our Future is Being Shaped by Data Science and Applied Mathematics feature

  • Authors: Liam Critchley
  • Published Date: Jul 01, 2019

The amount of data in today’s digital climate is vast and has been brought about by applied mathematics and data science working in unison. Reports suggest that over 1 billion gigabytes of data are...

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