Andee Kaplan, Eric Hare, Heike Hofmann, and Dianne Cook evaluate whether a president can be bought using political contributions.
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
H. Dean Johnson describes the results of an online survey of statistical consulting clients from six universities in the United States and Canada.
Jeffrey Rosenthal discusses the role statistics played in a major news story in Canada, the Ontario lottery retailer scandal.
Edoardo M. Airoldi provides an outlook on Steve Fienberg’s classic work on categorical data analysis and applications to the social sciences and highlights some recent developments it inspired.
Michael D. Larsen, Alexander F. Wakim, Reid Rottach, and Yang Cheng discuss the Current Population Survey.