One of the nice things about developing 9 new courses for the JHU Data Science Specialization in a short period of time is that you get to learn all kinds of cool and interesting tools. One of the ways that we … Continue reading →

One of the nice things about developing 9 new courses for the JHU Data Science Specialization in a short period of time is that you get to learn all kinds of cool and interesting tools. One of the ways that we … Continue reading →

Introduction A graduate student in statistics recently asked me for advice on how to find a job in our industry. I’m happy to share my advice about this, and I hope that my advice can help you to find a satisfying job and develop an enjoyable career. My perspectives would be most useful to students […]

Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s recently completed MOOC on Data Analysis.

I have been getting some questions via email, LinkedIn, and Twitter about the content of the Data Analysis class I will be teaching for Coursera. Data Analysis and Data Science mean different things to different people. So I made a … Continue reading →

Jeff and I talk with Brian Caffo about teaching MOOCs on Coursera.

A little while ago I wrote a post on statistics projects ideas for students. In honor of the first Simply Statistics Coursera offering, Computing for Data Analysis, here is a new list of student projects for folks excited about trying out those new R p...

Not necessarily statistics related, but pretty appropriate now that the school year is starting. Here is a little introduction to “how to google” (via Andrew J.). Being able to “just google it” and find answers for oneself with...

Editor’s Note: This post written by Roger Peng and Jeff Leek. A couple of weeks ago, we announced that we would be teaching free courses in Computing for Data Analysis and Data Analysis on the Coursera platform. At the same time, a number of ot...