Archive for October, 2007

Statistical Laws

I was clearing out some old files in my office this weekend when I came across a collection of notes from my early years in grad school. One set was from a graduate statistics course taught by my current advisor, George Wolford. On the last day of the course his goal was to give us […]

October 16, 2007 • Posted in: Statistics • No Comments

Quote of the Week – Tulving

“…the single most critical piece of equipment is still the researcher’s own brain.  All the equipment in the world will not help us if we do not know how to use it properly, which requires more than just knowing how to operate it.  Aristotle would not necessarily have been more profound had he owned a […]

October 16, 2007 • Posted in: Quotes • No Comments