Statistically (in)significant: New Year’s resolutions.

It is one of my New Year’s resolutions to be more active in the internet domain, so here is a part of the package. This blog will be about statistics, its use and abuse; about mathematics, particularly mathematical biology (which is what I mostly work on); and about life as related to mathematics and statistics.

Independent reported recently that “Dr John Norcross, psychology professor at the University of Scranton, Pennsylvania, claims that many of us will successfully achieve our resolutions if we set them properly.” even though Forbes says that only 8% of New Year resolutions are achieved. I hope to be in the 8%…

In the meantime, best wishes for the New Year 2018 – with a picture of Ochil Hills (Scotland)!

 

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