One year on!

December 2, 2012

(This article was originally published at Learn and Teach Statistics and Operations Research, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.)

I have been blogging for just under a year now, and have written over 50 posts. There have been over 30,000 hits on the blog, and some very helpful comments. I’ve had a lot of fun, and there is something exciting about thinking that other people might value my thoughts and writing. Thank you all those who have left comments or emailed me.

I spent my morning making up a summary page so that it is easier to find your way around previous posts. It is in the “Collected Works” tab above. In order to do this I had to read (or at least skim) all my previous posts. It was quite interesting really. I hope you find it easier to find what you are looking for.

Here are links to some that took my fancy today:

I am many numbers – a really interesting discussion on the role of numbers in defining who we are. Would work well in class.

Statistics and chocolate – nifty and effective teaching idea for getting across the idea of evidence with respect to probability

Teaching statistical language - how I didn’t get a free iPad

The meaning of the mean - it is trickier than you think

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