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Two statisticians revisited

Two years ago, I described walking, each week, past the tombs of Thomas Bayes and Richard Price in the nonconformist burial ground at Bunhill Fields in London, and wondered about the extent to which Bayes’ Theorem, or its interpretation as … Continue reading

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A London walk

For some time now I have been going once a week, most weeks, to the Cass Business School at City University to work with Celia Glass and Robert Schumacher on acyclic orientations of graphs. I hope to tell sometime what … Continue reading

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