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We’ve Moved!

November 21, 2012
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Simply Statistics has moved to a new platform and so if you’ve been following our blog on Tumblr, you’ll have to update your links/RSS feeds to the new web site. Apologies for the disruption, but this move allows us to add some new feature...

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Logo Contest Winner

November 16, 2012
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Logo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Bradley Saul, the winner of the Simply Statistics Logo contest! We had some great entries which made it difficult to choose between them. You can see the new logo to the right of our home page or the full sized version here: I made ...

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Logo Contest Winner

November 16, 2012
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Logo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Bradley Saul, the winner of the Simply Statistics Logo contest! We had some great entries which made it difficult to choose between them. You can see the new logo to the right of our home page or the full sized version here: I made ...

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Reproducible Research: With Us or Against Us?

November 15, 2012
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Last night this article by Chris Drummond of the Canadian National Research Council (Conseil national de recherches Canada) popped up in my Google Scholar alert. The title of the article, “Reproducible Research: a Dissenting Opinion” woul...

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Reproducible Research: With Us or Against Us?

November 15, 2012
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Last night this article by Chris Drummond of the Canadian National Research Council (Conseil national de recherches Canada) popped up in my Google Scholar alert. The title of the article, “Reproducible Research: a Dissenting Opinion” woul...

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Reproducible Research: With Us or Against Us?

November 15, 2012
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Last night this article by Chris Drummond of the Canadian National Research Council (Conseil national de recherches Canada) popped up in my Google Scholar alert. The title of the article, “Reproducible Research: a Dissenting Opinion” woul...

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Reproducible Research: With Us or Against Us?

November 15, 2012
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Last night this article by Chris Drummond of the Canadian National Research Council (Conseil national de recherches Canada) popped up in my Google Scholar alert. The title of the article, “Reproducible Research: a Dissenting Opinion" would seem...

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Some Thoughts on Teaching R to 50,000 Students

November 12, 2012
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Two weeks ago I finished teaching my course Computing for Data Analysis through Coursera. Since then I’ve had some time to think about how it went, what I learned, and what I’d do differently. First off, let me say that it was a lot of fun....

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Some Thoughts on Teaching R to 50,000 Students

November 12, 2012
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Two weeks ago I finished teaching my course Computing for Data Analysis through Coursera. Since then I’ve had some time to think about how it went, what I learned, and what I’d do differently. First off, let me say that it was a lot of fun....

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Some Thoughts on Teaching R to 50,000 Students

November 12, 2012
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Two weeks ago I finished teaching my course Computing for Data Analysis through Coursera. Since then I’ve had some time to think about how it went, what I learned, and what I’d do differently. First off, let me say that it was a lot of fun....

Read more »


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