Statisfaction

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This blog is jointly written by Statisticians from Paris (Université Paris-Dauphine, CREST-ENSAE) who happen to be good friends. We felt like sharing stuff with the world! Mainly tips and tricks useful in our everyday jobs, links to various pages we found interesting, articles, seminars, and so forth.

Authors:

Pierre Jacob is a postdoctoral fellow at the National University of Singapore. Homepage.

Julyan Arbel is working at INSEE (french national institute for statistics) and is a PhD student at CREST and CEREMADE, Université Paris-Dauphine, working on Bayesian non parametrics, supervised by Judith Rousseau and Ghislaine Gayraud. Homepage.

Robin Ryder is a lecturer at Université Paris Dauphine, working mainly on Approximate Bayesian Computation. Homepage. Personal blog.

Jérôme Lê  is a PhD student at CREST, working on Vocational Training and Applied Econometrics. He is currently working at DARES (research center of the French Labour Ministry) and at INSEE. Homepage

JB Salomond is a PhD student at CREST and Université Paris Dauphine, working on Bayesian non and semi parametric problems, supervised by Judith Rousseau.

Nicolas Chopin is also hanging around CREST.

They speak about Statisfaction: (thanks!)

The Best Colleges: Top 50 Statistics Blogs of 2011

Bschool: 40 Fascinating Blogs for the Ultimate Statistics Geek

Arthur’s Freakonometrics: World Statistics Day: no post today

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  1. Statisfacinating blogs « Statisfaction said, on 21 January 2011 at 03:13

    [...] last entry lists their favorite 40 Fascinating Blogs for the Ultimate Statistics Geek. Quite a satisfaction to be quoted in there for Hop-o’-My-Thumb (Le Petit Poucet), all the more at a place lurking [...]

  2. [...] is the first post of Statisfaction on R-bloggers. As an introduction: we are PhD students and postdocs at CREST, a research centre on [...]

  3. leonidas said, on 7 August 2012 at 23:29

    Congratulations for your effort guys!!tres bien!!Salutations de la Grèce!


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