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Inferential Interests Magazine

Issue 1 - February: PDF View

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Issue 3 - July (ECSSC2021 Issue): PDF View | Interactive View


  • 26 Jul 2021 11:42 AM | Catriona Croton
    The Early Career and Student Statisticians Conference 2021 is here!  We have a great line-up and are super excited to hear not only from our keynote speakers, but also from many of you.  We have information booths, social events, bingo cards, vouchers... all at the ECSSC!  Read the issue to find out more about Kendra Vant from Xero, Andrew Forbes from the BCA and... so much more!  Hope to see you this week on Zoom at the ECSSC!
  • 24 Jun 2021 9:50 AM | Deleted user

    This issue of Inferential Interests is chocka block with data and stats!  Also, make sure you check out our podcast with ACEMS Director Peter Taylor over at The Random Sample! In the magazine, we talk to Dr Minh-Ngoc Tran, a keynote speaker at the ECSSC, about his career journey and coffee :). We also chat to statistics lecturer and R guru Dr Emi Tanaka, who tells us about her fave R packages.  Our committee members Cam gives us his top 5 tips for statistical consulting, Ben tells us about his black eye from djent music and Jordan talks about contact tracing.  Finally, a review on our picks for books on data management and workflow in Stata.  Don’t forget the Early Career and Student Statistician Conference on 26th July to 1st August 2021 – we would love to see you there.  As always, reach out via tweet, comment below or email and let us know your thoughts!

  • 15 Feb 2021 8:00 AM | Catriona Croton

    We are very excited to reveal the first issue of Inferential Interests, where we delve into data science and statistics matters for the Early Career and Student Statisticians Network community. Our aim is to provide a magazine for our readers and our community – a magazine that reflects the conversations we are having, the questions we are asking, the programs we are using… and to have a little fun :). Over the coming issues we are interviewing the keynote speakers of the ECSSC, other leading researchers and members of our own committee – first up is Peter Taylor (Director of ACEMS), Irma Mooi-Reci (Assoc Prof at Uni of Melbourne) and our own network member Cedric Wong (Statistician at the ABS). Please tweet, comment below or email and let us know your thoughts!

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