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"It is really a unique field as it opens so many possibilities": An interview with Nicolai Meinhausen feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jun 27, 2016

Nicolai Meinhausen is Professor of Statistics at ETH Zurich. His research interests include computational statistics, causality, high-dimensional data and machine learning. He is currently Associate...

Where have all the women gone? feature

  • Authors: Danny Dorling
  • Published Date: Jun 21, 2016

Recently I drew a graph and wondered what it was telling me. The graph is shown below and is of the proportion of the population who were estimated to be female and living in the UK each year from...

Income Inequality: A Case Study of Professional Golf feature

  • Authors: Ryan M. Rodenberg and Elizabeth A. Gregg
  • Published Date: Jun 16, 2016

Sixteen years ago, Cornell’s Larry Kahn described sports as “a labor market laboratory” (1). We agree. The abundant, publicly accessible data in the sports industry lends itself to answering a...

SAS Essentials: Co-author Alan C. Elliott on the latest edition of his book on mastering SAS for data analytics feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jun 13, 2016

Towards the end of last year, Wiley was proud to publish SAS Essentials: Mastering SAS for Data Analytics, a step-by-step introduction to using SAS statistical software as a foundational approach to...

How Statistics and Engineering Form an Integral Part of the Solution feature

  • Authors: Lillian Pierson P.E.
  • Published Date: Jun 07, 2016

The story about eutrophication of the coastal waters in the North Sea is nothing new; Scientists have been clamoring about it for decades now. Eutrophication, you know? The process by which an aquatic...

Essential Medical Statistics: Author Professor Betty Kirkwood on her bestseller feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jun 03, 2016

Professor Betty Kirkwood is Professor of Epidemiology & International Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She is an epidemiologist with a statistical background and has...

How we work - the facts behind worldwide labour data feature

  • Authors: Carlos Alberto Gómez Grajales
  • Published Date: May 31, 2016

We all need to work. Well, most of us at least, lucky those of you who don't have to. But usually, we all need to perform regular activities during our lifetime to receive some form of payment in...

Climate Change Action in Developing Nations: Lessons Learned from Wealthy Nations or Idealistic Thinking? feature

  • Authors: Brandon Peterson
  • Published Date: May 26, 2016

Climate change is an increasingly important issue in national and international policy. G8 nations (among others) have committed to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. They have also committed to...

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