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RSS Journal webinar on confidence intervals news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Mar 29, 2019

The Royal Statistical Society is to hold a free webinar on Tuesday 2nd April at 4pm (UK time); 11am (EDT or UTC-4h). Cun-Hui Zhang presented and discussed his paper...

Alan Turing voted most influential scientist of 20th century news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Mar 28, 2019

The BBC has announced that the UK has voted for Alan Turing as the most influential figure of the 20th century. Turing, a computer scientist, worked at Bletchley Park during World War Two, and...

Bayesian modelling of lung function data news

  • Authors: Robert K. Mahar, John B. Carlin, Sarath Ranganathan, Anne‐Louise Ponsonby, Peter Vuillermin and Damjan Vukcevic
  • Published Date: Mar 27, 2019

Paediatric respiratory researchers have widely adopted the multiple‐breath washout (MBW) test because it allows assessment of lung function in unsedated infants and is well suited to longitudinal...

How do we pay attention to global issues? news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Mar 26, 2019

Source: Science Daily New research from Cornell University has focussed on what types of statistical and narrative evidence that make us realise that we need to pay more attention to global issues....

Free access to paper on using data from Google Street View cars news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Mar 25, 2019

Each week, we select a recently published article and offer either free access or highlight a recent open access publication. This week's is from Environmetrics and is available from the November 2018...

Robust precision matrix estimation via weighted median regression news

  • Authors: Hyonho Chun, Myung Hee, Lee Sung‐Ho Kim and Jihwan Oh
  • Published Date: Mar 22, 2019

A precision matrix is an important parameter of interests because its elements describe useful association information among multiple variables, which has a wide variety of applications. For example,...

Statistician Tony Greenfield dies news

  • Authors: Statistics Views
  • Published Date: Mar 20, 2019

Wiley is sad to announce that statistician Professor Tony Greenfield has died. Professor Greenfield, an author and research consultant in business and industrial statistics co-wrote three books...

Response-adaptive treatment allocation for survival trials news

  • Authors: Pei-Fang Su and Siu Hung Cheung
  • Published Date: Mar 19, 2019

In clinical trials, balanced designs are widely used to compare 2 treatments, particularly when prior information regarding their efficacies is lacking. However, patients in a clinical study usually...

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