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The Perils of Data Story Telling: The Virtues of Data Documentaries feature

  • Authors: Thomas Speidel
  • Published Date: Aug 04, 2015

Many times, my young children ask me to read them a story before sleeping. We have wide variety of children's books from which to choose. My children tend to go back to the same stories: those that...

Causality in a Social World: An interview with author Guanglei Hong feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jul 31, 2015

Next month, Wiley is proud to publish Causality in a Social World: Moderation, Mediation and Spill-over, which introduces innovative new statistical research and strategies for investigating moderated...

Pluto: To Catch an Icy King feature

  • Authors: Patrick Rhodes
  • Published Date: Jul 27, 2015

Sly as a fox, it is. Mysterious and diminutive, it has eluded us for decades. Despite what we've learned about Pluto, constant debate continues to rage over its classification. From the moment it was...

So just how good are we at looking after the environment? feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views and ONS
  • Published Date: Jul 24, 2015

The Office for National Statistics has recently brought out a series of environmental topics, including many new reports highlighting the UK’s economy, population growth and essential facts. The green...

"Writing code helps me to understand the development process so that I can make better judgments about it": An interview with SAS founder John Sall feature

  • Authors: Ajay Ohri and Sunakshi Bhatia
  • Published Date: Jul 21, 2015

John Sall is a legendary figure in statistical computing. He not only co-founded SAS Institute, the leading enterprise analytics and statistical computing provider for the past three decades, but he...

How To Read A Paper: Author Trisha Greenhalgh on the success of her bestseller on the basics of evidence-based medicine feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jul 16, 2015

Dr Trisha Greenhalgh is Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford. She is an internationally recognised academic, a practising GP and the author of the bestselling How To...

Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control - An interview with co-author Greta M. Ljung on the new edition of the bestseller feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jul 13, 2015

This month, Wiley is proud to publish the fifth edition of Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control. Bridging classical models and modern topics, the Fifth Edition of Time Series Analysis:...

Cost Estimation: Methods and Tools: An interview with authors Gregory K. Mislick and Daniel A. Nussbaum feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Jul 09, 2015

Last month, Wiley was proud to publish Cost Estimation: Methods and Tools, which presents an accessible approach to the cost estimation tools, concepts, and techniques needed to support analytical and...

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