Luk Arbuckle


AnnMaria’s Blog
Blog of The Julia Group, a small company which provides on-line education in statistics, mathematics and disability issues.

The money you spend, how much you exercise, the time you waste, and the personal information you enter are all data.

Log base 2
Perspectives on statistics, science, technology, history, language, and culture from Nick Barrowman.

Radford Neal’s blog
Primarily blogging on scientific topics, mostly technical and non-technical aspects of statistics and computation, but also some more general scientific issues.

Realizations in Biostatistics
Biostatistics, clinical trial design, critical thinking about drugs and healthcare, skepticism, the scientific process.

SAS blogs
I follow several of these, although no particular one really stands out. But you never know when something good might come up.

Social Science Statistics Blog
Hallway conversations from the Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Science and related research groups.

Stat Chat
Ongoing news and thoughts about applied statistics from The Analysis Factor.

Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
Columbia Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences.

A much-valued resource on the use and abuse of science and statistics in the media. Note, however, that STATS is backed by some conservative groups (so watch for bias).

Three-Toed Sloth
Slow Takes from the Canopy of the Reality-Based Community (and occasional stochastic filtering)

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