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1. Almost Sure RSS Feed

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Welcome to my maths blog, almost sure, which will contain posts on a variety of mathematical subjects. Although my background is mainly in stochastic ...processes, the aim of this blog is to discuss any interesting mathematical topics that arise. This could involve approaches to tackling unsolved theorems, any new techniques applied to old problems, or any other maths which seems to be worth posting.more
2 posts / quarter

2. StrataScratch » Probability RSS Feed

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StrataScratch is a data science educational platform with over 1,000+ real interview questions from your favorite companies. Explore our articles on d...ata science interviews, tips and more from our experts.more
94 609 1 post / quarter

3. SIPTA Blog RSS Feed

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The SIPTA blog started out in 2011 as a separate WordPress website and was integrated into the SIPTA website in 2021. SIPTA disseminates information a...bout imprecise probabilities and makes available a number of resources.more
86 1 post / month

4. John D. Cook » Probability & Statistics RSS Feed

John D. Cook » Probability & Statistics Houston, Texas, US   Follow RSS
Companies come to us for solutions to problems in applied math and data privacy. The need for these skills cuts across industries, and we have especia...lly helped clients working in software, biotech, and law. Explore our articles on probability and statistics and how it can help you with your business.more
48.6K 1 post / week

5. Probability Management Blog RSS Feed

Probability Management Blog Palo Alto, California, US   Follow RSS
Limbic Analytics A blog devoted to connecting the seat of the intellect to the seat of the pants. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit ...dedicated to making uncertainty actionable through tools, standards, applications, and training.more
1 post / week

6. Libres Pensées d'un Mathématicien Ordinaire RSS Feed

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This modest recreational blog is mostly written for amateur and professional mathematicians. I like to freely write my thoughts on various subjects in...cluding applied mathematic, probability and more! Writing provides me with intellectual and aesthetic satisfaction, and using a blog allows sharing with others.more
2 posts / quarter

7. Free Probability Theory RSS Feed

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A blog on freeing probability from its commutative chains. This is a blog on topics around Free Probability Theory. I plan to post here all kind of in...formation which is relevant in the context of free probability theory, like: meetings, new results, discussions of open problems or general directions in the subject.more
1 post / year

8. Statistics By Jim » Probability RSS Feed

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I'll help you intuitively understand probability by focusing on concepts and using plain English so you can concentrate on understanding your resu...lts. I'm Jim Frost, and I have extensive experience in academic research and consulting projects. In addition to my statistics website, I am a regular columnist for the American Society of Quality's Statistics Digest.more
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9. Eventually Almost Everywhere RSS Feed

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I'm a probabilist mainly interested in limiting behaviour of large random discrete structures - hopefully the research-centred content of this blo...g gives a flavour of what I work on. I am an AEP lecturer (UK equivalent to Assistant Professor) in the Mathematics department at King's College, London. I started this role in May 2022. My goal is to write 1500-2500 words on relevant topics in probability theory or related areas occasionally, with proper statements and references, but without full technical details when appropriate.more
2 posts / month

10. A Narrow Margin RSS Feed

A Narrow Margin Tacoma, Washington, US   Follow RSS
I am a math professor at the University of Puget Sound, a liberal arts college in Tacoma, Washington. I use this blog to talk some about my own work, ...posts that I find interesting on Mathematics Stack Exchange (a math question-and-answer site I used to regularly hang out on), and whatever else I happen to be thinking about mathematically. My background is in operations research, and my interests tend to lie at the intersection of combinatorics, probability, and optimization.more

11. Probability and Statistics Blog RSS Feed

Probability and Statistics Blog Key West, Florida, US   Follow RSS
I am and have been Statistical consultant, investor, statistical consultant, and editor of the website I write about statistics, a...pplied mathematics, probability and more!more

12. Applied Probability Notes RSS Feed

Applied Probability Notes Manchester, England, UK   Follow RSS
This page contains an ever-expanding collection of notes used by me, Neil Walton, for research and various teaching duties. The applied probability is... the main theme but other topics include optimization, game theory, and queueing networks plus other random stuff that I just wanted to know about.more

13. Probability and Risk RSS Feed

Probability and Risk London, England, UK
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Improving public understanding of probability and risk with special emphasis on its application to the law. Why Bayes theorem and Bayesian networks ar...e needed. A blog by Norman Fenton - a Professor in Risk Information Management at Queen Mary University of London and also a Director of Agena - and Martin Neil - Professor in Computer Science and Statistics at QMUL and a Director of Agena Ltd.more
1 post / year

14. Count Bayesie Blog RSS Feed

Count Bayesie Blog Maplewood, New Jersey, US   Follow RSS
I am Will Kurt, the author of Count Bayesie Blog. I created this blog as a vehicle to help people understand what makes probability theory immensely i...mportant in how we understand the world as well as a delight to study in its own right. The posts here will explore issues in Bayesian and Frequentist statistics. The aim will be to minimize rigor and maximize insight.more
6.9K 2 posts / year

15. StatLect RSS Feed

StatLect Rome, Lazio, Italy   Follow RSS
Statlect is a collection of lectures on probability theory and mathematical statistics. It is offered as a free service to the mathematical community.... Statlect is written by Marco Taboga, an expert in mathematical and statistical methods applied to finance. Marco is a Director in the Economics and Statistics Department of the Bank of Italy, where he has led teams of PhDs in mathematics and economics.more

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