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RSS Feedandrewgelman.com/feed 

Siteandrewgelman.com

About Site – Blog on Statistics by Andrew Gelman, a professor of statistics and political science and director of the Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University. He has received the Outstanding Statistical Application award from the American Statistical Association.
Frequency – about 11 posts per week

RSS Feedsimplystatistics.org/feed 

Sitesimplystatistics.org

Baltimore, MD

About Site – We are three biostatistics professors (Jeff Leek, Roger Peng, and Rafa Irizarry) who are fired up about the new era where data are abundant and statisticians are scientists. We’ll be posting ideas we find interesting, contributing to discussion of science/popular writing, linking to articles that inspire us, and sharing advice with up-and-coming statisticians.
Frequency – about 1 post per week

RSS Feedstatisticshowto.com/feed 

Sitestatisticshowto.com/blog

About Site – Looking for elementary statistics help? You’ve come to the right place. Statistics How To has more than 1,000 articles and hundreds of videos for elementary statistics, probability, AP statistics and advanced statistics topics.
Frequency – about 3 posts per week

RSS Feedflowingdata.com/feed 

Siteflowingdata.com

California

About Site – FlowingData explores how statisticians, designers, and computer scientists are using data to help us understand more about ourselves and surroundings, mainly through visualization.
Frequency – about 8 posts per week

RSS Feedrobjhyndman.com/hyndsight/feed 

Siterobjhyndman.com/hyndsight

Melbourne, Australia

About Site – A blog by Rob J Hyndman. Rob is a Professor of Statistics in the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash University, and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Forecasting. He develops statistical models, algorithms and software for forecasting, analysing and visualizing data.
Frequency – about 3 posts per month

RSS Feedwin-vector.com/blog/feed 

Sitewin-vector.com/blog

San Francisco, CA

About Site – Win-Vector Blog looks at statistical data and combines it with tutorials and commentary on big data as well. They look at programming data, graphical perception, and visualization.
Frequency – about 2 posts per week

RSS Feedsdg.uis.unesco.org/feed 

Sitesdg.uis.unesco.org

Montreal, Canada

About Site – The Data for Sustainable Development – UIS Blog showcases innovative solutions as researchers and analysts worldwide explore ways to gather more and better data. On this blog platform, experts from within and beyond the UNESCO Institute for Statistics set out their vision for data that shine a light on what really works for human development.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month

RSS Feedellisp.github.io/feed 

Siteellisp.github.io

Wellington City, New Zealand

About Site – I write about applications of data and analytical techniques like statistical modelling and simulation to real-world situations. I show how to access and use data, and provide examples of analytical products and the code that produced them.
Frequency – about 3 posts per month

RSS Feedxianblog.wordpress.com/feed 

Sitexianblog.wordpress.com

About Site – A French university professor blogs about statistics (mostly of the computational and Bayesian variety), climbing, travel, running, books, and fatherhood. Occasionally reviews books on statistics as well. Definitely worth checking out.
Frequency – about 11 posts per week

RSS Feedjohndcook.com/blog/feed 

Sitejohndcook.com/blog

Houston

About Site – A blog by John. D Cook, statistician, mathematician, consultant, manager and professor. While not all posts are directly concerned with statistics, they are all typically engaging and worthwhile.
Frequency – about 4 posts per week

RSS Feedtheanalysisfactor.com/feed 

Sitetheanalysisfactor.com

Ithaca, NY

About Site – The founder and president of The Analysis Factor, a statistics consulting company, tackles issues in applied statistics and data analysis on her blog. Complex statistical concepts and analysis are explained with clarity, though some background in stats is needed to understand most posts
Frequency – about 3 posts per month

RSS Feedblogs.princeton.edu/imabandi.. 

Siteblogs.princeton.edu/imabandit

Princeton, NJ

About Site – Sebastien Bubeck is an Assistant Professor at Princeton University whose main interest is in sequential decision making. The name of the blog is derived from one of the largest problems in sequential decision making and the blog is centered around statistics and probability.
Frequency – about 1 post per month

RSS Feedstatlect.com/rss.xml 

Sitestatlect.com

About Site – Statlect is a collection of lectures on probability theory and mathematical statistics. It is offered as a free service to the mathematical community.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month

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