Category: statistics

If we acknowledge GDP per capita is a welfare index and it states the degree of economic development of an economy, we could say we are near to assert culture is a good proxy, and a trigger, to that concept. …

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Very recently I left a comment in a blog that was accusing an OR/MS academic paper, published in one of our flagship journals, to be 'little scientific' or lacking of scientifical base. Could you imagine why the author of the …

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  Many times I have to step in colleagues, customers, and alumni conversations to explain why statistical sampling works. First think I use to ask is ‘do you really think Government ask every country inhabitant to find out if s/he …

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