Derek Young explores the James Bond films and evaluates the association between the actors who played James Bond with measure of movie success.
Michael J. Lopez and Adrian Esparza, with Michael Lavine and Jenna Marquard, describe a student project with atypical data.
Optimism and the Occult Octopus: Favorites Lose, Underdogs Triumph, and Spain Finally Wins the World Cup
Jason Mitchell and Li Lian Ong prepare us for the upcoming 2014 World Cup (possibly the largest sporting event in the world), to be held in Brazil.
Philip Yates and John Trono answer the question, “How predictable is the overall voting pattern in the NCAA men’s basketball post-tournament poll?”
Sam Behseta and Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel interview Jim Berger.
Examining a Gambler’s Claims: Probabilistic Fact-Checking and Don Johnson’s Extraordinary Blackjack Winning Streak
W. J. Hurley, Jack Brimberg, and Richard Kohar examine the plausibility of the claimed winning streak of the “Beast of Blackjack” in Atlantic City.
- The Conduct of Statistical Consulting Sessions Between Statisticians and the Researchers with Whom They Interact: A Survey of Consulting Clients from Academic Settings
- Statistics and the Ontario Lottery Retailer Scandal
- Can You Buy a President? Politics After the Tillman Act
- Stephen E. Fienberg’s Contributions to Categorical Data Analysis and the Social Sciences