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Handy statistical lexicon - Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science edit / delete

"These are all important methods and concepts related to statistics that are not as well known as they should be. I hope that by giving them names, we will make the ideas more accessible to people:" (Someone must have written a "statistics patterns" book already!)

to statistics ... on 05 May

Mark Fickett | Art Stuff | Dice Roller edit / delete

"An automatic system for rolling a polyhedral die and taking photos of the rolls; extracting the image of just the die from those images; clustering the images of the die by which face is shown; and analyzing the results."

to dice games random rpg statistics vision ... on 19 September 2016

a memory less ephemeral: How many times should you run your simulation? edit / delete

Another useful bit of statistical advice for students from Susan's blog.

to honours measurement science statistics ... on 19 March 2016

Monopoly Simulations — koaning.io edit / delete

Finding the (fairly small) biases in Monopoly through simulation.

to board-games games monopoly statistics ... on 31 December 2015

aRrgh: a newcomer's (angry) guide to R edit / delete

"R is a shockingly dreadful language for an exceptionally useful data analysis environment. The more you learn about the R language, the worse it will feel. The development environment suffers from literally decades of accretion of stupid hacks from a community containing, to a first-order approximation, zero software engineers."

to amusements language-design r statistics ... on 06 October 2015

ElectionForecast.co.uk edit / delete

Predicting the results of the general election using R. With pretty pictures.

to election modelling politics prediction statistics uk ... on 28 March 2015

Togaware: Hands-On Data Science with R edit / delete

A course on data mining and related techniques using R.

to data data-mining r statistics ... on 13 March 2015

Welcome — Statistics Done Wrong edit / delete

"A woefully incomplete guide." But what it does talk about is good advice.

to ag0803 science statistics ... on 13 March 2015

36-350, Statistical Computing, Fall 2013 edit / delete

Programming course for people who know some statistics already.

to maths programming r statistics teaching ... on 03 October 2014

How Not To Run An A/B Test edit / delete

"Decide on a sample size in advance and wait until the experiment is over before you start believing the “chance of beating original” figures that the A/B testing software gives you."

to ag0803 honours significance statistics testing ... on 24 August 2014

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