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Causal Inference in Statistics: A Primer - An interview with co-author Judea Pearl feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Oct 24, 2016

Earlier this year, Wiley was proud to publish Causal Inference in Statistics: A Primer by Professors Judea Pearl and Madelyn Glymour of UCLA and Professor Nicholas P. Jewell of Berkeley. Many of the...

Exploratory Data Analysis: Widening Your View Point feature

  • Authors: Andy Kirk
  • Published Date: Oct 17, 2016

Much of the popular attention towards data visualisation focuses on its role as a means of communicating data to others, yet this only represents one side of the coin. As I discussed in a previous...

And Yet It Moves: Gravitational Waves feature

  • Authors: Patrick Rhodes
  • Published Date: Oct 11, 2016

"The moment he was set at liberty, he looked up to the sky and down to the ground, and, stamping with his foot, in a contemplative mood, said, Eppur si muove [And yet it moves], meaning the...

The dangers that statistics reveal behind pseudo random stock markets feature

  • Authors: Dr John Fry
  • Published Date: Oct 05, 2016

The United Kingdom is a nation of gamblers. It is thought that nearly half of all the adults in the United Kingdom gamble at least once a month. Further, even excluding the national lottery, the...

Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Business: An interview with co-author Bharat Kolluri feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Sep 26, 2016

Last month, Wiley was proud to publish Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Business: With Applications Using Microsoft Office Excel, a well-balanced and accessible introduction to the...

Is Pokémon Go a success due to statistics? feature

  • Authors: Carlos Alberto Gómez Grajales
  • Published Date: Sep 16, 2016

It’s a quiet night in New York, at least as quiet as a night can be in the largest city of the United States. It’s the middle of July; a benign weather bathes the city, its streets and parks. It is...

A Tutorial on SAS language feature

  • Authors: Ajay Ohri
  • Published Date: Sep 07, 2016

SAS (pronounced "sass") once stood for "statistical analysis system" but now is known simply as SAS. It is a computer language for statistical computing. Much before the term data science, business...

"I like the Bayesian approach because I find it natural and it has this kind of internal coherence that makes it very appealing": An interview with Judith Rousseau feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Aug 30, 2016

Judith Rousseau is a Professor of Statistics at CEREMADE, Université Paris Dauphine. Her research interests focus on Bayesian statistics and the interraction between Bayesian and frequentist...

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