Archives for December 2014

Science meets Policymakers

Science & Technology Australia, in partnership with Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University, invites registrations for a one-day conference to enable policymakers and scientists to achieve better public policy outcomes. Science meets Policymakers will bring together researchers from a range of disciplines and policymakers from various government departments to examine the […]

Call for submissions – IAPA is looking for experts!

IAPA is looking for subject matter experts who can help us deliver a world-class analytics education program. We need experts with real-world experience and critical thinking to be part of IAPA’s education collective. So, if you have experience, expertise and want to play a part in up-skilling the industry, we want to hear from you. What’s involved? […]

Meeting Report: STAT-HAWKERS at the JSM-2014, Boston, USA

Please click here to read the complete report put together by Sarjinder Singh, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, USA.

Did Big Data Kill the Statistician?

Statistics is a science, and some people argue that it is the oldest of sciences. Its existence can be traced back in history to the days of Augustus Caesar, and arguable even before then. In 1998, Lynn Billard, in a paper that laid out the role of the Statistician and Statistics, wrote that “no science […]

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