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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

Denver Union StationNews

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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Significance at the Joint Statistical Meetings

Significance is currently in Denver, Colorado, for the 2019 Joint Statistical Meetings. We have a packed line-up of talks to look forward to, but we're also keen to meet with...

By Brian Tarran

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Winner announced for early-career writing award

UPDATE: “The flying bomb and the actuary”, by Liam Shaw and Luke Shaw, was last night (11 July) named the winner of the 2019 Statistical Excellence Award for Early-Career Writing.

Judges were...

By Brian Tarran

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Significance at the Joint Statistical Meetings

Significance is currently in Denver, Colorado, for the 2019 Joint Statistical Meetings. We have a packed line-up of talks to look forward to, 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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Winner announced for early-career writing award

UPDATE: “The flying bomb and the actuary”, by Liam Shaw and Luke Shaw, was last night (11 July) named the winner of the 2019 Statistical Excellence Award for Early-Career Writing.

  By Brian Tarran

Will Self and Mark FrancoisPolitics

The Brexit debate and the prosecutor's fallacy

Politics is, by definition, adversarial. Its systems are designed to bring together people with competing views, so that they might argue over and decide on the “affairs of the cities” – which is the literal translation of the Greek word πολιτικά (Politiká). But, in recent times, politics has felt like it has become more adversarial, more polarised.

  By Gianluca Baio

Will Self and Mark Francois

 

Politics

The Brexit debate and the prosecutor's fallacy

Politics is, by definition, adversarial. Its systems are designed to bring together people with competing views, so that they might argue over and decide on the “affairs of the cities” – which is the literal translation of the Greek word πολιτικά (Politiká). But, in recent times, politics has felt like it has become more adversarial, more polarised.

By Gianluca Baio

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