Monthly Archives: January 2015

Revisiting the revisitation of the 2000 election

A couple years ago I shared a stats-ish problem idea regarding the oh-so-fun 2000 presidential election. The problem was cribbed from a graduate level stats textbook but the data are straightforward enough for a – let’s say – 9th grader … Continue reading

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Your 2014 Math Blogging Retrospectus

Compiled a tad too late for the Winter break, but just in time for January in-service, here’s your 2014 collection of posts shared by people who came across my post. [2014 Math Blogging Retrospectus] Be sure to check out previous … Continue reading

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