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Field Statistics

October 3, 2015
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Field Statistics

Yesterday I learned something interesting from a talk given by Professor Bikas K Sinha. The following is an excerpt from the reference [1], which exactly shows the interesting point of the problem. “A population consisting of an unknown number of distinct species is searched by selecting one member at a time. No a priori information is available concerning […]

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Field Statistics

October 3, 2015
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Field Statistics

Yesterday I learned something interesting from a talk given by Professor Bikas K Sinha. The following is an excerpt from the reference [1], which exactly shows the interesting point of the problem. “A population consisting of an unknown number of distinct species is searched by selecting one member at a time. No a priori information is available concerning […]

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Statistics and Data Science

September 22, 2015
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Statistics and Data Science

Recently I was referred to a nice article talking about the relationship between Statistics and data science. Here is my feedback to share with you: First of all, Statistics is a science dealing with data, including three main components,  data preparation (storage, reading, organization, cleaning), exploratory data analysis (numerical summarization, visualization), and statistical inference (frequentist […]

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Statistics and Data Science

September 22, 2015
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Statistics and Data Science

Recently I was referred to a nice article talking about the relationship between Statistics and data science. Here is my feedback to share with you: First of all, Statistics is a science dealing with data, including three main components,  data preparation (storage, reading, organization, cleaning), exploratory data analysis (numerical summarization, visualization), and statistical inference (frequentist […]

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Assistant Professor of Statistics at IUPUI

August 21, 2015
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Assistant Professor of Statistics at IUPUI

I graduated from MSU this summer and moved to Indianapolis as an assistant professor of Statistics at IUPUI. This is my first official job in life. Welcome to my Homepage: math.iupui.edu/~hlwang !

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Assistant Professor of Statistics at IUPUI

August 21, 2015
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Assistant Professor of Statistics at IUPUI

I graduated from MSU this summer and moved to Indianapolis as an assistant professor of Statistics at IUPUI. This is my first official job in life. Welcome to my Homepage: math.iupui.edu/~hlwang !

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Useful for referring—02-20-2015

February 20, 2015
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Useful for referring—02-20-2015

  Deep Learning Master Class Advances in Variational Inference Numerical Optimization: Understanding L-BFGS An exact mapping between the Variational Renormalization Group and Deep Learning New ASA Guidelines for Undergraduate Statistics Programs 奇异值分解(We Recommend a Singular Value Decomposition) 如何简单形象又有趣地讲解神经网络是什么? Academic vs. Industry Careers Hadley Wickham: Impact the world by being useful Statisticians in World War II: […]

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Useful for referring—02-20-2015

February 20, 2015
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Useful for referring—02-20-2015

  Deep Learning Master Class Advances in Variational Inference Numerical Optimization: Understanding L-BFGS An exact mapping between the Variational Renormalization Group and Deep Learning New ASA Guidelines for Undergraduate Statistics Programs 奇异值分解(We Recommend a Singular Value Decomposition) 如何简单形象又有趣地讲解神经网络是什么? Academic vs. Industry Careers Hadley Wickham: Impact the world by being useful Statisticians in World War II: […]

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Optimal Design of Experiments

January 11, 2015
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Optimal Design of Experiments

The first colloquium speaker at this semester, professor Wei Zheng from IUPUI, will give a talk on “Universally optimal designs for two interference models“. In this data explosive age, people are easy to get big data set, which renders people difficult to make inferences from such massive data. Since people usually think that with more […]

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Optimal Design of Experiments

January 11, 2015
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Optimal Design of Experiments

The first colloquium speaker at this semester, professor Wei Zheng from IUPUI, will give a talk on “Universally optimal designs for two interference models“. In this data explosive age, people are easy to get big data set, which renders people difficult to make inferences from such massive data. Since people usually think that with more […]

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