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Blog on Statistics by Andrew Gelman, a professor of statistics and political science and director »
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.
This is a subreddit for the discussion of statistical theory, software and application
This is a subreddit for the discussion of statistical theory, software and application.
Looking for elementary statistics help? You’ve come to the right place. Statistics How To has »
Looking for elementary statistics help? You’ve come to the right place. Statistics How To has more than 1,000 articles and hundreds of videos for elementary statistics, probability, AP statistics and advanced statistics topics.
FlowingData explores how statisticians, designers, and computer scientists are using data to help »
FlowingData explores how statisticians, designers, and computer scientists are using data to help us understand more about ourselves and surroundings, mainly through visualization.
Freakonometrics deals with academic matters, as well as issues in concerning the economy and »
Freakonometrics deals with academic matters, as well as issues in concerning the economy and those relevant to mathematics.
I write about applications of data and analytical techniques like statistical modelling and »
I write about applications of data and analytical techniques like statistical modelling and simulation to realworld situations. I show how to access and use data, and provide examples of analytical products and the code that produced them.
A blog by John. D Cook, statistician, mathematician, consultant, manager and professor. While not »
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.
WinVector Blog is a data science blog which gives tips and tricks for using R programming in »
WinVector Blog is a data science blog which gives tips and tricks for using R programming in data science.
A French university professor blogs about statistics (mostly of the computational and Bayesian »
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.
Comments on using statistical thinking in current events, by Kaiser Fung, author of "Numbers »
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"
Modern statistics and econometrics with application to capital markets
Modern statistics and econometrics with application to capital markets.
"Statistical thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability »
"Statistical thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability to read and write."  H.G. Wells
A leftleaning UK group blog on the uses of statistics in society. The official blog of the »
A leftleaning 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.
Statisfaction is maintained by several PhD students with the goal of sharing statistics »
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.
A collaborative blog by several law and political science professors brings an empirically and »
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 about the intersection of stats and the law.
Crunching numbers so you don't have to
Crunching numbers so you don't have to.