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Foxes outfox the pundits – analyzing the English Premier League feature

  • Authors: Dr John Fry
  • Published Date: Apr 29, 2016

There is added interest in the English Premier League this season amid Leicester City's unlikely title challenge and the subsequent mixed fortunes experienced by traditional giants of the English game...

Endangered Species: A Bleak Outlook or the Road to Protection? feature

  • Authors: Dr Leila Battison
  • Published Date: Apr 22, 2016

Over the last few decades, it has become clear that direct human actions and anthropogenic climate change pose a major threat to the Earth’s biodiversity. The widespread occupation and modification of...

An Introduction to the Early Development of Mathematics: An interview with author Michael K.J. Goodman feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Apr 15, 2016

Last month, Wiley was proud to publish An Introduction to the Early Development of Mathematics by Michael K.J. Goodman. Engaging and accessible, the book provides a captivating introduction to the...

"Keep things confidential. No sense in embarrassing the boss when the actual data arrives." An interview with J. Stuart Hunter feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Apr 06, 2016

J. Stuart Hunter is recognised as one of the world's leading statisticians. Born in 1923 in Holyoke, MA, he is currently Professor Emeritus at Princeton University's School of Engineering and Applied...

"You need to promote a culture in which statisticians and subject matter scientists are working collaboratively hand-in-hand": An interview with Royal Statistical Society President Peter Diggle feature

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

Professor Peter Diggle is currently the President of the Royal Statistical Society, who began his term early in 2014 upon the resignation of John Pullinger who was appointed our National Statistician....

How hackers are making use of statistics to steal your password feature

  • Authors: Carlos Alberto Gómez Grajales
  • Published Date: Mar 22, 2016

I’m going to tell you a secret. For my first e-mail account, my password was the name of one of the lesser known released albums from the Seattle band Nirvana [1]. That e-mail is long gone, as well as...

"I love statistics and like that it permits so much freedom": An interview with Susan Murphy feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Mar 16, 2016

Susan Murphy is the H.E. Robbins Distinguished University Professor of Statistics & Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. She obtained her B.S. in Mathematics from the University...

"One of the most enjoyable aspects about being a statistician is that data comes from different fields and each one poses a novel scenario": An interview with Ingram Olkin feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Mar 07, 2016

Ingram Olkin is a professor emeritus and chair of statistics and education at Stanford University and the Stanford Graduate School of Education. He is best known for developing statistical analysis...

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