People from all walks of life rely on statistics and statistical analysis to make better decisions. Scientists use it to assess the effectiveness of drugs, politicians to develop policy, and company managers to create and improve products and services.
Significance explains how and why statistics helps in these and other areas of life, science and commerce.
Our articles are written by statisticians for anyone with an interest in the analysis and interpretation of data.
We challenge myths, provide a unique perspective on the stories of the day, and use statistics to answer society's most difficult questions.
Sheila Bird (Edinburgh University and MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge University)
Mario Cortina Borja (University College London)
Carlos Grajales (Statistical consultant)
Francesca Little (University of Cape Town)
Robert Matthews (Aston University)
Allan Reese (Independent consultant)
E. Marian Scott (University of Glasgow)
James Tucker (Office for National Statistics)
Michael Wallace (University of Waterloo)
James Cochran (University of Alabama)
Marco Geraci (Sapienza University of Rome)
Amanda Golbeck (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)
Mary J. Kwasny (Northwestern University)
Qizhai Li (Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Megan Price (Human Rights Data Analysis Group)
V. A. Samaranayake (Missouri University of Science and Technology)
Alan Schwarz (New York, NY)
Susan Spruill (Applied Statistics and Consulting)
Kelly H. Zou (Viatris Inc., USA)
Karen E. Lamb (Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne)
Damjan Vukcevic (University of Melbourne)
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