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A World War II investigation, updated for the modern era

"In the early morning of 13 June 1944, one week after the D‐Day landings, the Nazi regime launched a new weapon at London. The first Vergeltungswaffe 1 (Vengeance Weapon 1, or V‐1) hit a railway bridge in Mile End, killing six people and leaving 200 homeless. Over the following nine months, more than 2,300 'flying bombs' fell on London, killing an estimated 5,500 people."

By Brian Tarran

V-1 flying bomb explosion over LondonNews

A World War II investigation, updated for the modern era

"In the early morning of 13 June 1944, one week after the D‐Day landings, the Nazi regime launched a new weapon at London. The first Vergeltungswaffe 1 (Vengeance Weapon 1, or V‐1) hit a railway bridge in Mile End, killing six people and leaving 200 homeless. Over the following nine months, more than 2,300 'flying bombs' fell on London, killing an estimated 5,500 people."

  By Brian Tarran

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Will the New Zealand All Blacks win their third successive Rugby World Cup(RWC) title in Japan in November? Who are their biggest rivals? Which team will be the ‘dark...

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Significance at the RSS Conference

Significance is in Belfast from 2-5 September for the 2019 RSS Conference. As part of our coverage of the event, we'll be attending sessions and conducting interviews with speakers - but...

By Brian Tarran

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Who will win the 2019 Rugby World Cup?

Will the New Zealand All Blacks win their third successive Rugby World Cup (RWC) title in Japan in November? Who are their biggest rivals? Which team will be the ‘dark horse’? To answer these questions, we apply statistical models developed by Rugby Vision to estimate each team’s chances of reaching various stages of the competition, such as qualifying for the quarterfinals or winning the tournament.

  By Niven Winchester

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Significance at the RSS Conference

Significance is in Belfast from 2-5 September for the 2019 RSS Conference. As part of our coverage of the event, we'll be attending sessions and conducting interviews with speakers - but we're also keen to meet with statisticians and data scientists who may be interested in contributing to future issues of the magazine.

  By Brian Tarran

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Podcast series: Significance + Stats and Stories at JSM

For this year’s Joint Statistical Meetings, Significance was delighted to partner with the Stats and Stories podcast to record a series of interviews and discussions at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

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Podcast series: Significance + Stats and Stories at JSM

For this year’s Joint Statistical Meetings, Significance was delighted to partner with the Stats and Stories podcast to record a series of interviews and discussions at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

By Brian Tarran

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