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About Blog – Blog on Statistics by Andrew Gelman, a professor of statistics and political science and director of the Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University. He has received the Outstanding Statistical Application award from the American Statistical Association.
About Blog – We are three biostatistics professors (Jeff Leek, Roger Peng, and Rafa Irizarry) who are fired up about the new era where data are abundant and statisticians are scientists. We’ll be posting ideas we find interesting, contributing to discussion of science/popular writing, linking to articles that inspire us, and sharing advice with up-and-coming statisticians.
About Blog – A blog by Rob J Hyndman. Rob is a Professor of Statistics in the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash University, and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Forecasting. He develops statistical models, algorithms and software for forecasting, analysing and visualizing data.
San Francisco, CA
About Blog – Win-Vector Blog looks at statistical data and combines it with tutorials and commentary on big data as well. They look at programming data, graphical perception, and visualization.
About Blog – The Data for Sustainable Development – UIS Blog showcases innovative solutions as researchers and analysts worldwide explore ways to gather more and better data. On this blog platform, experts from within and beyond the UNESCO Institute for Statistics set out their vision for data that shine a light on what really works for human development.
Wellington City, New Zealand
About Blog – I write about applications of data and analytical techniques like statistical modelling and simulation to real-world situations. I show how to access and use data, and provide examples of analytical products and the code that produced them.
About Blog – The Royal Statistical Society is a membership body promoting a world with data at the heart of understanding and decision making
About Blog – Our statistical consulting blog covers a wide range of topics from selecting the appropriate statistical analysis to motivational articles.
About Blog – A French university professor blogs about statistics (mostly of the computational and Bayesian variety), climbing, travel, running, books, and fatherhood. Occasionally reviews books on statistics as well. Definitely worth checking out.
About Blog – A blog by John. D Cook, statistician, mathematician, consultant, manager and professor. While not all posts are directly concerned with statistics, they are all typically engaging and worthwhile.
About Blog – The founder and president of The Analysis Factor, a statistics consulting company, tackles issues in applied statistics and data analysis on her blog. Complex statistical concepts and analysis are explained with clarity, though some background in stats is needed to understand most posts
About Blog – An analytics blog covering issues in data science including R and Python tutorials and interviews with analytics practitioners
About Blog – A group blog by students and faculty at Williams College. Posts are generally thoughtful and well written, with a good mix of math, stats and education focused pieces.
About Blog – Sebastien Bubeck is an Assistant Professor at Princeton University whose main interest is in sequential decision making. The name of the blog is derived from one of the largest problems in sequential decision making and the blog is centered around statistics and probability.
About Blog – Comments on using statistical thinking in current events, by Kaiser Fung, author of “Numbers Rule Your World: the hidden influence of probability and statistics in everything you do”
Santa Monica, CA
About Blog – The blog of Dr. AnnMaria De Mars, president of the online statistics education company The Julia Group, is attractively designed and frequently updated. Interesting, well written, and generally accessible reflections on statistics, mathematics, technology and other related topics are the norm.
About Blog – Statistics blog by Andy Field. Andy is Professor of Child Psychopathology at the University of Sussex, UK. Historically he researches emotion development in children, but increasingly he sits alone in a cave full of glow-worms listening to heavy metal and 70’s rock and looking at numbers.
About Blog – Neal is a Professors of Statistics and Computer Science at the University of Toronto. Most posts are directly concerned with statistics, with the occasional foray into more general and personal topics. Lots of good stuff for people interested in R programming as well.
About Blog – Bayesianbiologist is run by Corey Chivers, a PhD candidate at McGill University in Montreal. He blogs on statistics, biology, and other areas of interest relevant to science.
About Blog – A blog where professional statisticians from around the globe gather to share information, discuss new developments, and help each other find better ways to disseminate statistical information to the public. Most of the posts focus on data visualization, which means lots of interesting statistics related graphics.
About Blog – A left-leaning UK group blog on the uses of statistics in society. The official blog of the Radical Statistics Group, which is devoted to using statistics to support movements for progressive social change. Includes many interesting critiques of the use and abuse of stats by government and corporate officials.
About Blog – Statisfaction is maintained by several PhD students with the goal of sharing statistics information. They primarily share tips and tricks for use at work, interesting articles, and any upcoming conferences.
About Blog – A collaborative blog by several law and political science professors, brings an empirically and statistically based perspective to legal studies. Posts typically discuss new research in empirical legal scholarship and empirical claims in the news and politics in a broadly accessible way. Especially of interest to those curious aboutthe intersection of stats and the law.
About Blog – Don’t let the title throw you off. There’s a lot more than just baseball stats here. Phil Birnbaum takes on everything (and everyone) from Warren Buffett, to the stock market, to sports predictors and subjects them to a rigorous statistical analysis.
About Blog – The goal of this blog is to support statistics teachers and share some statistics love ♥ Authored by Anna-Marie Fergusson.
About Blog – A group blog about the role of statistics in the behavioral sciences. Written by current and retired academics, many of the posts are directed towards explaining difficult statistical concepts to students. An excellent resource for newcomers to the statistical world.
About Blog – My name is Dr Ewan Cameron. I’m a Senior Computational Statistician in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford, working in the SEEG for the Malaria Atlas Project (MAP) to model the geospatial distribution of the global malaria burden.
About Blog – A professor at Universite Paris Dauphine, Ryder blogs on “statistics and other stuff”, but mainly about statistics. Postings are not very frequent, but usually include interesting questions or insights regarding the statistical world.
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