All Terry Speed is saying is, “Give industry a chance”… If you are in academia, as most IMS members are, have you considered alternative careers?Read More...
Terry Speed has had a brush with fame. Winning the Australian Prime Minister’s Prize for Science, he may have helped to raise the profile of statisticsRead More...
If travel broadens the mind, Terry Speed must be one of the most broad-minded people you’ll meet, quite possibly at the next conference you go to.Read More...
Terry Speed reflects on the significant advances made in statistics during, and because of, the Second World War.Read More...
Giving public lectures is a part of the job for senior academics. Terry Speed reflects on his recent experience of addressing a more general audience.Read More...
Terry Speed is mad as hell that we are still struggling for gender equity after all these years. Are you doing something about it?Read More...
In this issue, Terry Speed surveys the history of least squares, which has applications to life, the universe and everything…Read More...
In the last issue, Terry Speed wrote about n vs n−1. So what links that topic to Walter Shewhart and control charts? 0.886!Read More...
“Why is the denominator in the sample mean n, but the denominator for the sample variance is n−1?” a reader asked me. My answer needs to be comprehensible to his [ More.. ]Read More...
For many statisticians, working in theory is the same as working in practice. Terry Speed begs to disagree.Read More...
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