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Understanding Income Inequality and its Implications: Why Better Statistics are Needed feature

  • Authors: Natasha Stotesbury and Danny Dorling, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
  • Published Date: Oct 21, 2015

A growing body of evidence points to high and rising inequality as one of our current decade’s most important global issues in light of the far-reaching implications increasingly associated with it....

How to help surveys have more impact feature

  • Authors: Catherine Saunders
  • Published Date: Oct 16, 2015

Surveys are used in evaluation and research across exceptionally diverse contexts. In health services research, the reason that doctors most frequently give for not acting on the findings of patient...

"Really it was me just wanting to play with statistics and seeing what I could come up with": An interview with Tyler Vigen feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Oct 12, 2015

Tyler Vigen is currently a student at Harvard Law School, working on his Juris Doctor degree. Within the past year or so, he has gained the attention of the statistical community for his website,...

A statistical analysis of the Chinese stock market bubble feature

  • Authors: Dr John Fry
  • Published Date: Oct 06, 2015

The recent Chinese stock market crash began in June earlier this year [1]. Within the space of one month, shares on the Shanghai Stock Exchange had lost a third of their value. During a subsequently...

“Marine Population Halved Since 1970”, Statistics to Set the Record Straight feature

  • Authors: Lillian Pierson P.E.
  • Published Date: Oct 01, 2015

Marine population halved since 1970 is an article recently published by the BBC. This shocking and startling headline is sure to have many readers pouring onto the page to see more facts about the...

Practical Reliability Engineering: An interview with co-author Andre Kleyner on the bestselling book feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Sep 22, 2015

Dr Andre Kleyner is a Global Reliability Engineering Leader with Delphi Electronics & Safety, and an adjunct professor at Purdue University. He has over 25 years of engineering, research,...

Association or Causation: Impressions of the 2015 Bradford Hill memorial lecture feature

  • Authors: Joanna Carpenter
  • Published Date: Sep 16, 2015

“Who knows, asked Robert Browning, but the world may end tonight? True, but on available evidence most of us make ready to commute on the 8.30 next day.” With these words arguing for a pragmatic and...

"Statistical control theory is an emerging area that could lead to advances in new statistical theory and ideas": An interview with Michael Kosorok feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Sep 11, 2015

Professor Michael Kosorok is W. R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Biostatistics and Professor, at the Department of Statistics and Operations Research at University of...

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