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Why do polls keep failing everywhere? feature

  • Authors: Carlos Alberto Gomez Grajales
  • Published Date: Nov 16, 2016

Polls have failed on us again. Once upon a time, we could rely on the latest published numbers to understand how an election result or a referendum’s could affect our lives. Those days seem to be...

A teacher who aided the world: How Deming introduced statistical quality control feature

  • Authors: Carlos Alberto Gómez Grajales
  • Published Date: Nov 10, 2016

The last few years have been remarkable for statistics. The growing interest in the field brought by the current developments in governments and businesses, along with the Big Data movement, have...

"It’s just serendipity that I ended up in statistics": An interview with Trevor Hastie feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Nov 01, 2016

Trevor Hastie is one of the world's leading statisticians best known for his contributions in the area of applied statistics, including machine learning, data mining, and...

Reproducibility: An interview with co-author Harald Atmanspacher feature

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Oct 28, 2016

Over the summer, Wiley was proud to publish Reproducibility: Principles, Problems, Practices, and Prospects which presents state-of-the-art approaches to reproducibility, the gold standard of sound...

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...

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