Classical Contributions to Modern Statistical Thinking

Time:2022.2.21~6.10 (Tues.) 19:20-21:45

Venue:Zoom meeting ID: 849 963 1368 Passcode: YMSC

Organizer:Donald Rubin & Per Johansson

Speaker:Donald Rubin & Per Johansson



This course will focus on particular documents, either published articles or chapters, that have influenced current approaches to statistical applications and research, including documents from economics, psychology and philosophy.  The plan will be to get participants in the class get fully involved with presenting the content of these documents and evaluating why they have been influential for current practice with the availability of modern computing.

DATEMarch 14, 2022
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