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Every professor is a startup

There has been a lot of discussion lately about whether to be in academia or industry.┬áSome of it I think is a bit unfair to academia. Then I saw this post on Quora asking what Hilary Mason’s contributions were to … Continue reading

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Sunday Data/Statistics Link Roundup (2/5)

Cool app, you can write out an equation on the screen and it translates the equation to latex. Via Andrew G. Yet another D3 tutorial. Stay tuned for some cool stuff on this front here at Simply Stats in the … Continue reading

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Google Scholar Pages

If you want to get to know more about what we’re working on, you can check out our Google Scholar pages: Jeff Leek Rafael Irizarry Roger Peng I’ve only been using it for a day but I’m pretty impressed by … Continue reading

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Do we really need applied statistics journals?

All statisticians in academia are constantly confronted with the question of where to publish their papers. Sometimes it’s obvious: A theoretical paper might go to the Annals of Statistics or┬áJASA Theory & Methods or Biometrika. A more “methods-y” paper might … Continue reading

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