Probability theory, random processes, statistical inference and machine learning.

See also:
Advanced Data Analysis from an Elementary Point of View;
Bayes, anti-Bayes;
~~Constant Conjunction~~ Necessary Connexion;
Networks;
Power Laws

- Data over Space and Time, Lecture 8: Linear Prediction for Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Random Fields
- Data over Space and Time, Lectures 7: Linear Prediction for Time Series
- Data over Space and Time, Lectures 6: Optimal Linear Prediction
- Data over Space and Time, Lectures 5: Principal Components Analysis II
- Data over Space and Time, Lectures 4: Principal Components Analysis I
- Data over Space and Time, Lectures 2 and 3: Smoothing, Trends, Detrending
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2018
- Multiple Imputation for Nonresponse in Surveys (Rubin)
- Data over Space and Time, Lecture 1: Introduction to the Course
- Course Announcement: Data over Space and Time (36-467/667), Fall 2018
- Major depression,
*qu'est-ce que c'est?* - In Memoriam Stephen E. Fienberg
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, September 2016
- Regression for Categorical Data (Tutz)
- Oh, Wikipedia
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2016
- Seven Pillars of Statistical Wisdom (Stigler)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, June 2016
- Neural Network Learning: Theoretical Foundations (Anthony and Bartlett)
- "Partitioning a Large Simulation as It Runs" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Course Announcements: Statistical Network Models, Fall 2016
- "Network Comparisons Using Sample Splitting"
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, March 2016
- Causal Inference for Statistics, Social, and Biomedical Sciences: An Introduction (Imbens and Rubin)
- "Reassembling the History of the Novel"
- Denying the Service of a Differentially Private Database
- "Analyzing large-scale data: Taxi Tipping behavior in NYC" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- On the Uncertainty of the Bayesian Estimator
- "Learning Dynamics of Complex Systems from High-Dimensional Datasets" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Likelihood-Based Methods of Mediation Analysis in the Context of Health Disparities" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Multiple Testing and Adaptive Estimation via the Sorted L-One Norm" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Robust Causal Inference with Continuous Exposures" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Optimal Large-Scale Internet Media Selection" (Also Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Robust Bayesian inference via coarsening" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Fast Bayesian Factor Analysis via Automatic Rotations to Sparsity" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2016
- $U$-Statistics: Theory and Practice (Lee)
- "Application of High-dimensional Linear Regression with Gaussian Design to Communication" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- 36-401, Modern Regression, Fall 2015: Reflections and Lessons Learned
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, December 2015
- Linear Models with R (Faraway)
- Applied Linear Regression Models (Kutner, Nachtsheim and Neter)
- Applied Linear Regression (Weisberg)
- "Inference in the Presence of Network Dependence Due to Contagion" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Statistical Estimation with Random Forests" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Kriging in Perspective (Teaching outtakes)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2015
- Design and Analysis of Experiments (Kempthorne)
- "Robust Confidence Intervals via Kendall's Tau for Transelliptical Graphical Models" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Reproducibility and Reliability in Statistical and Data Driven Research" (
~~Week after Next~~Coming Soon at the Statistics Seminar) - Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2015
- Stochastic Approximation and Nonlinear Regression (Albert and Gardner)
- Dynamical Processes on Complex Networks (Barrat, Barthelemy and Vespignani)
- Probability on Graphs: Random Processes on Graphs and Lattices (Grimmett)
- Random Fields on a Network: Modeling, Statistics, and Applications (Guyon)
- Population Games and Evolutionary Dynamics (Sandholm)
- Course Announcement: 36-401, Modern Regression, Fall 2015
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2015
- A Guide to Feynman Diagrams in the Many-Body Problem (Mattuck)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, June 2015
- A Distribution-Free Theory of Nonparametric Regression (Györfi, Kohler, Krzyzak and Walk)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2015
- Statistical Analysis of fMRI Data (Ashby)
- Unifying the Mind: Cognitive Representations as Graphical Models (Danks)
- Any P-Value Distinguishable from Zero is Insufficiently Informative
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, April 2015
- Nonlinear Time Series: Theory, Methods, and Applications with R Examples (Douc, Moulines and Stoffer)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, March 2015
- Asymptotic Statistics (van der Vaart)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, February 2015
- Handbook of Functional MRI Data Analysis (Poldrack, Mumford and Nichols)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2015
- Large Deviations for Stochastic Processes (Feng and Kurtz)
- Experimental Design and Its Statistical Basis (Finney)
- Foundational Issues in Human Brain Mapping (Hanson and Bunzl, eds.)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, December 2014
- Spectral Graph Theory (Chung)
- Complexity and the Function of Mind in Nature (Godfrey-Smith)
- Kernel Methods for Pattern Analysis (Shawe-Taylor and Cristianini)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2014
- Stationary Processes and Prediction Theory (Furstenberg)
- Notes on "Collective Stability in Structured Prediction: Generalization from One Example" (or: Small Pieces, Loosely Joined)
- "Proper scoring rules and linear estimating equations in exponential families" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, December 2013
- Concentration Inequalities: A Nonasymptotic Theory of Independence (Boucheron, Lugosi and Massart)
- "Concentration of Measure Inequalities in Information Theory, Communications and Coding" (Raginsky and Sason)
- "Significance Tests for Adaptive Modelling" (Today at the Statistics Seminar)
- Triple Header (Next Week at the Statistics and Machine Learning Seminars)
- "Binomial Likelihoods and the Polya-Gamma Distribution" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Bayes and Big Data" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2013
- Large Networks and Graph Limits (Lovász)
- Estimating by Minimizing
- "Frequentist Accuracy of Bayesian Estimates" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Learning Spatio-Temporal Dynamics"
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2012
- Numerical Methods of Statistics
- These are my preprints; also, publishers are to be destroyed
- "Your Favorite ERGM Sucks"*, in Philadelphia
- "Exponential-family Random Network Models for Social Networks" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Community detection and link prediction in networks" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Notes on "Learning Bounds for Importance Weighting"
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, September 2012
- Foundations of Machine Learning (Mohri, Rostamizadeh and Talwalkar)
- "Balancing the Books By Benchmarking: What To Do When Small Area Estimates Just Don't Add Up" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Book-Chat
- "Dependence Estimation in High-Dimensional Euclidean Spaces" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2012
- Stochastic Population Models in Ecology and Epidemiology (Bartlett)
- Statistics and Scientific Method: An Introduction for Students and Researchers (Diggle and Chetwynd)
- Probability and Random Processes (Grimmett and Stirzaker)
- Introduction to Nonparametric Estimation (Tsybakov)
- Robins and Wasserman Respond to a Nobel Prize Winner
- Class Announcement: 36-350, Statistical Computing
- Work for My Friends! (Dept. of Signal Amplification)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2012
- Statistical Learning Theory and Stochastic Optimization (Catoni)
- The Nature of Statistical Learning Theory (Vapnik)
- Undergraduate Capacity Control
- No, Really, Some of My Best Friends Are Data Scientists
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, June 2012
- Boosting: Foundations and Algorithms (Schapire and Freund)
- Ockham Workshop, Day 3
- Ockham Workshop, Day 2
- Ockham Workshop, Day 1
- Problems Worth Solving
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2012
- Introduction to Statistical Relational Learning (Getoor and Taskar, eds.)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, April 2012
- Smooth Tests of Goodness of Fit (Rayner and Best)
- Just How Quickly Do We Forget?
- "Generalization Error Bounds for Time Series"
- On Refereeing a Manuscript for PNAS with Roughly a Hundred Hypothesis Tests
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, March 2012
- Dependence with Complete Connections and Its Applications (Iosifescu and Grigorescu)
- Principles of Applied Statistics (Cox and Donnelly)
- Pearl of Great Prize
- Sparsity as Sorcery (Next Two Weeks at the Statistics Seminar)
- Networks, Crowds, and More Networks (This Week at the Statistics and Machine Learning Seminars)
- Signs I Will Not Recommend Your Manuscript Be Published As Is (No. 891)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, February 2012
- Nonlinear Time Series: Nonparametric and Parametric Methods (Fan and Yao)
- "From Data to Knowledge: Machine-Learning with Real-time & Streaming Applications"
- Talks Next Week (20--23 February 2012)
- Of Variance Explained; or, Chronicles of Deaths Smoothed
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2012
- Model Selection and Model Averaging (Claeskens and Hjort)
- You think you want big data? You can't handle big data! (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "The Cut and Paste Process" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar
- Changing How Changes Change (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, December 2011
- The Art of R Programming: A Tour of Statistical Software Design (Matloff)
- Statistics for High-Dimensional Data: Methods, Theory and Applications (Bühlmann and van de Geer)
- "Tidy Data" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Why Think, When You Can Do the Experiment?
- Projection as a Defense Mechanism for Social Network Models
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2011
- A First Course in Statistical Programming with R (Braun and Murdoch)
- Laws of Chaos: A Probabilistic Approach to Political Economy (Farjoun and Machover)
- The Nature of Computation (Moore and Mertens)
- R Cookbook (Teetor)
- Software for Data Analysis: Programming with R (Chambers)
- Bayesianism Not Banned in Britain
- "Learning Richly Structured Representations from Weakly Annotated Data" (This Year at the DeGroot Lecture)
- Is Bayesianism Legal in Britain?
- New "data scientist" is but old "statistician" writ large
- Next Week at the Statistics Seminar; Week After Next at the Machine Learning Seminar
- "I was of three minds, / Like a tree / In which there are three blackbirds"
- "Scalable Privacy-Preserving Record Linkage Using Similarity-based Indexing" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2011
- Algorithmic Learning in a Random World (Vovk, Gammerman and Shafer)
- Course Announcement: 36-350, Statistical Computing
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2011
- Spatial Statistics and Modeling (Gaetan and Guyon)
- Of the Identification of Parameters
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, June 2011
- Causal Inferences in Nonexperimental Research (Blalock)
- Knights, Muddy Boots, and Contagion; or, Social Influence Gets Medieval
- Lyric Poetry in Pluto's Republic
- "Optimal Nonparametric Prediction and Automated Pattern Recognition in Dynamical Space-Time Systems" (or, Our New Filtering Techniques are Unstoppable!, Part II: The Rise of the Austrian Machines)
- Irrelevant Along Many Dimensions (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Effect of Influential Observations on Penalized Linear Regression Estimators" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, March 2011
- Grammatical Inference: Learning Automata and Grammars (de la Higuera)
- Structured Sparsity: Learning and Inference
- Your City's a Sucker, My City's a Creep
- Durlauf on Social Interactions
- ITA 2011: Favorite Talks
- San Diego or Bust
- Advanced Data Analysis from an Elementary Point of View
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2011
- Galileo in Pittsburgh (Glymour)
- Structural Macroeconometrics (DeJong and Dave)
- "The Universal Glivenko-Cantelli Property" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Why I Am So Uncannily Prescient
~~This Week~~Today! at the Complex Systems Colloquium- Model Complexity and Prediction Error in Macroeconomic Forecasting (or, Statistical Learning Theory to the Rescue!)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, November 2010
- Stochastic Processes for Physicists: Understanding Noisy Systems (Jacobs)
- The Neutral Model of Inquiry (or, What Is the Scientific Literature, Chopped Liver?)
- "Statistics for the Past Millennium" (Tomorrow at the Statistics Seminar)
- 36-402, Advanced Data Analysis, Spring 2011 (Course Announcement)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2010
- Contiguity of Probability Measures: Some Applications in Statistics (Roussas)
- "Personalized Content Recommendation on Yahoo!" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "From Statistical Learning to Game-Theoretic Learning" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2010
- Extremal Families and Systems of Sufficient Statistics (Lauritzen)
- "Uniform Approximation of VC Classes" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Limit Orders and Indirect Inference
- "Extracting Communities from Networks" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Machine Learning for Computational Social Science" (This Week at the Machine Learning Seminar)
- 36-835, Paper of the Week
- Links, Pleading to be Dumped
- On an Example of Vienneau's
- 36-757, Advanced Data Analysis: Teaching Handouts (Fall 2010)
- Overcoming the Binary (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Fall 2010 Classes: 36-757 and 36-835
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2010
- Counterfactuals and Causal Inference: Methods and Principles for Social Research (Morgan and Winship)
- "Generalization Error Bounds for State Space Models: With an Application to Economic Forecasting"
- "Inferring Hierarchical Structure in Networks and Predicting Missing Links" (Next Week at the [Special Summer Bonus] Statistics Seminar)
- The World's Simplest Ergodic Theorem
- In which Dunning-Krueger meets Slutsky-Yule, and they make music together
- Reminder: The Link Distribution of Weblogs Is Not a Power Law
- Praxis and Ideology in Bayesian Data Analysis
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2010
- Resampling Methods for Dependent Data (Lahiri)
- Special Demi-Issues on Network Data Analysis in Annals of Applied Statistics
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, April 2010
- Statistical Learning from a Regression Perspective (Berk)
- A Total Science: Statistics in Liberal and Fascist Italy (Prevost)
- Return of "Homophily, Contagion, Confounding: Pick Any Three", or, The Adventures of Irene and Joey Along the Back-Door Paths
- "Inference for Unlabelled Graphs" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- The Bootstrap
- "A Two-scale Framework for Variable Selection with Ultrahigh-dimensionality" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, March 2010
- Bootstrap Methods and Their Applications (Davison and Hinkley)
- The Visual Display of Morally Obligatory Consequences
- Learning Your Way to Maximum Power
- How the Social Sciences Got Their *
- The True Price of Models Pulling Themselves Up by Their Bootstraps
- 36-490, Undergraduate Research, Spring 2010
- Books to Read While the Algae grow in your Fur, February 2010
- Statistical Analysis of Network Data (Kolaczyk)
- More Output
- Upcoming Gigs: Bristol
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2010
- Concentration Inequalities and Model Selection (Massart)
- Epidemics and Rumors in Complex Networks (Draief and Masoulié)
- Principles of Data Mining (Hand, Mannila and Smyth)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, December 2009
- Causation, Prediction, and Search (Spirtes, Glymour and Scheines)
- The Direction of Time (Reichenbach)
- Misspecification Tests in Econometrics: The Lagrange Multiplier Principle and Other Approaches (Godfrey)
- Output Summary
- Significance, Power, and the Will to Believe
- Uniform Probability on Infinite Spaces Considered Harmful
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, November 2009
- Combinatorial Methods of Density Estimation (Devroye and Lugosi)
- "Homophily, Contagion, Confounding: Pick Any Three"
- "Statistical Analysis of Stellar Evolution" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Some Things Statisticians Do at Google" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar
- The Shadow Price of Power
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2009
- Bayesian Nonparametrics (Ghosh and Ramamoorthi)
- Nonparametric Smoothing and Lack-of-Fit Tests (Hart)
- "Completely Random Measures for Bayesian Nonparametrics" (This Year at the DeGroot Lecture)
- "High Dimensional Nonlinear Learning using Local Coordinate Coding" (Next Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- In re John Holland
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, September 2009
- Economic Modeling and Inference (Christenen and Kiefer)
- Estimation, Inference, and Specification Analysis (White)
- "Analyzing Networks and Learning with Graphs"
- Miniature Pearl
- Selecting Demanding Models (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- "Two Problems on Stirring Processes --- and their Solutions" (This Week at the Statistics Seminar)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2009
- Introduction to Clustering Large and High-Dimensional Data (Kogan)
- Identification for Prediction and Decision (Manski)
- 36-350, Data Mining: Course Materials (Fall 2009)
- "Econometric Shrinkage and Model Averaging" (Week-after-next at the Statistics Seminar)
- Course Announcement: 36-350, Data Mining, Fall 2009
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, June 2009
- Exploratory Analysis and Data Modeling in Functional Neuroimaging (Sommer and Wichert, eds.)
- On the Certainty of the Bayesian Fortune-Teller
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2009
- Approximation of Population Processes (Kurtz)
- Evolutionary Games and Equilibrium Selection (Samuelson)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, April 2009
- Weak Dependence: With Examples and Applications (Dedecker, Doukhan, Lang, León R., Louhichi and Prieur)
- Finitary Measures for Subshifts of Finite Type and Sofic Systems (Kitchens and Tuncel)
- That Word Does Not Exist In Any Language
- Next Week at the Statistics Seminar: Bayes, Bayes, Baked Beans, Sausage and Bayes
- Next Week at the Statistics Seminar: "Methods and Models for Time-Dependent Relational Data"
- Some Bayesian Finger-Puzzle Exercises
- Special Function Invocation
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2009
- Learning and Generalization: With Applications to Neural Networks (Vidyasagar)
- Bayes < Darwin-Wallace
- Chaos, Complexity and Inference: 2009 Syllabus
- Chaos, Complexity and Inference: 2009 Course Announcement
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, December 2008
- Hidden Markov Models and Dynamical Systems (Fraser)
- Networks: Optimisation and Evolution (Whittle)
- 36-350, Data-Mining: Self-Evaluation and Lessons Learned
- Salins's SAT Sokaling
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2008
- Plight of the Fortune Tellers: Why We Need to Manage Financial Risk Differently (Rebonato)
- Return of the Cartogram
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, September 2008
- Inference and Prediction in Large Dimensions (Bosq and Blanke)
- Statistics 36-350: Data Mining (Fall 2008)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2008
- Prediction, Learning, and Games (Cesa-Bianchi and Lugosi)
- Empirical Processes: Theory and Applications (Pollard)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, June 2008
- Structure and Influence: Statistical Models for the Dynamics of Actor Attributes, Network Structure and Their Interdependence (Leenders)
- Chris Anderson: Aware of All Statistical Traditions (with bonus fall course announcement)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2008
- Putting the CART before the Horse-Race
*Solvitur ambulando*- Behold the Masses (Next Week at the CMU Statistics Seminar)
- First International Causal Prediction Contest: Your Ticket to Perdition
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2008
- Measuring the Mind: Conceptual Issues in Contemporary Psychometrics (Borsboom)
- Thinking Things Through: An Introduction to Philosophical Issues and Achievements (Glymour)
- Glory and \$500 (VIGRE-funded Undergraduate Research in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon, Spring 2008)
- Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Lecture Notes
- MSS. in Preparation, and One-Way Hiatus
- Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Syllabus
- Quantum Causal Inference
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, November 2007
- Regression Analysis: A Constructive Critique (Berk)
- Simulation-Based Econometric Methods (Gouriéroux and Monfort)
- This Climate Goes to Eleven
- Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Course Announcement
- Upcoming Gigs: Newell-Simon Hall
*g*, a Statistical Myth- Yet More on the Heritability and Malleability of IQ
- Upcoming Gigs: New York
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2007
- Relative Distribution Methods in the Social Sciences (Handcock and Morris)
- Fortune's Formula: The Untold Story of the Scientific Betting Systems That Beat the Casinos and Wall Street (Poundstone)
- Too Much Information
- Süleyman the Magnificent Scares the West into Rising (Part II of OH NOES! MUSLIMZ! DO NOT WANT!)
- So You Think You Have a Power Law --- Well Isn't That Special?
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2007
- Skew Distributions and the Sizes of Business Firms (Ijiri and Simon)
- Tao on Structure and Randomness
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, March 2007
- Against Prediction: Profiling, Policing, and Punishing in an Actuarial Age (Harcourt)
- Glory and $1500 a Month (VIGRE-funded Summer Undergraduate Research in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon)
- Eigenfactor (Why Oh Why Can't We Have a Better Academic Publishing System? Dept.)
- "Statistical Methods for Modeling Dynamic Systems" Workshop
- Armchair Conference-Blogging
- Lecture Notes on Stochastic Processes (Advanced Probability II), Spring 2007
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, January 2007
- Selfsimilar Processes (Embrechts and Maejima)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, December 2006
- Some Basic Theory for Statistical Inference (Pitman)
- Absolutely Regular
- Statistical Communication
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, November 2006
- Some Limit Theorems in Statistics (Bahadur)
- Notes on "A Likelihood approach to Analysis of Network Data"
*Again*with the Statistics 754, Stochastic Processes- I Taught Him Everything He Knows
- Data Mining (36-350) Lecture Notes, Weeks 4--7
- "The Invisible Academy: Non-Linear Effects of Linear Learning"
- Arrrrgh! Owwwwwww! Noooooooooo! (A Remark on Power Laws)
- A Triumph of Socialist Realism
- Data Mining (36-350) Lecture Notes, Weeks 1--3
- Glory and $500 (VIGRE-funded Undergraduate Research in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2006
- Stochastic Tools in Mathematics and Science (Chorin and Hald)
- The Mind's Arrows: Bayes Nets and Graphical Causal Models in Psychology (Glymour)
- Frederick Mosteller Is Dead
- The Awful Turkish Language
- Statistical Arbitrage in the Sky
- Problems in the Doctrine of Chances
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2006
- Entropy, Large Deviations, and Statistical Mechanic (Ellis)
- Large Deviations (den Hollander)
- An Introduction to Stochastic Processes, with Special Reference to Methods and Applications (Bartlett)
- Large Deviations Techniques and Applications (Dembo and Zeitouni)
- The Absorbing Boundary
- Friday Cat Blogging (Measure-Zero Exception to the Hiatus Issue of Non-Science-Geek Edition)
- Statistical Network Analysis: Call for Papers
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, February 2006
- Stochastic Processes (Doob)
- Markov Processes: Characterization and Convergence (Ethier and Kurtz)
- Introduction to the Theory of Random Processes (Gikhman and Skorokhod)
- Foundations of Modern Probability (Kallenberg)
- Probability Theory (Loève)
- Diffusions, Markov Processes, and Martingales (Rogers and Williams)
- Graphs, Trees, Materialism, Fishing
- Lecture Notes on Stochastic Processes (Advanced Probability II, 36-754)
- "Experimental Reasoning, Reliability, Objectivity, Rationality": The Names Men Give to Their Mistakes
- Statistics 754, Stochastic Processes (Advanced Probability II)
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2005
- Single Orbit Dynamics (Weiss)
- Gauss Is Not Mocked
- Will There Be a Text in My Class?
- A Thought I Have No Time to Pursue
- Schooled by Selection
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2005
- Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for a Literary History (Moretti)
- Our New Filtering Techniques Are Unstoppable!
- Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2005
- Stochastic Differential Equations: An Introduction with Applications (Oksendal)
- Exponential Families and Hybridity (Why Oh Why Can't Physicists Learn Better Probability and Statistics, Part N)
- The Little Grey Cells Get Their Act Together
- This Is Your Brain on Statistical Complexity (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
- Heard About Detroit, Heard About Pittsburgh PA
*E Pluribus Unum*(This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)- Why Oh Why Can't Physicists Learn Better Probability and Statistics?
- Convex Risk Exegesis
- Yet More Political Data Analysis (or: "There you go, bringing class into it again")
- Boreal Sloth
- Decided and Divided Americas
- How to Change the World
- Friday Cat Blogging (It Always Pays to Read the Annals of Improbable Research Carefully Issue of Science Geek Edition)
- Paradox! Stone-Cold Paradox! Get It Before It's Warm!
- Booze, Sex, and Death (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium: Dying, Lost in the Crowd Blues Edition)
- William Dembski and the Discovery Institute, Renewing Science and Culture by Re-Inventing the Wheel
- Speaking Truth to Power About Weblogs, or, How Not to Draw a Straight Line
- Monday Exam Blogging
- One Roll of the Dice Will Never Abolish Warblogging
- "Now Barabbas was a publisher"
- More Assorted Reading
- Learning Your Way Around Gödel's Theorem
- Political Factors
- Intermittent Finds in Complex Systems and Stuff, No. 1
- The Art of Noise
- Free!!!
- On a Talk by Persi Diaconis
- Small Worlds and Morbid Amusements
- What's Right with That Picture?
- Try It, and Let's See What Happens, or, Great Minds

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