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Tag Archives: Thomas Lumley
Significantly Statistical Blogs Redux
I was just reading this article about Statscan, the Canadian warehouse for storing data and the branch of the government charged with the statistical analysis of all things Canadian, and came across this dizzyingly amazing quote about Statscan: Its statistics … Continue reading
Posted in Statistics Tagged Andrew Gelman, Frank Harrell, Simply Statistics, Statistical Thinking, Stats, Statscan, Thomas Lumley 1 Comment
Return of the Statistics Blogs
When I shared a few of my favorite statistics blogs over a year ago, Thomas Lumley self-promoted his blogs in the comments, and I’m so glad he did! He is the ringleader and a contributor to the University of Auckland … Continue reading
Posted in Statistics Tagged age, Amy Hogan, health, media, percent, reporting, Statistics, Thomas Lumley 2 Comments