Web Link Index
Table of Contents
John Wiley and Sons
Algorithms Take Control of Wall Street
Analytics in the Military
Analytics: The Widening Divide
Business Intelligence and Analytics
Correlation vs. causality: an article that discusses the problems in interpretation
Correlation or Causation?
Enterprise-level Semantic Technologies
Statistical Thinking For Effective Management
Forecasting in Conflicts: How to Predict What Your Opponent Will Do: Armstrong talks about role-playing as a tool for business and government leaders who face crucial decisions in situations ranging from military clashes to marketing challenges.
Forecasting decisions in conflict situations: A comparison of game theory, role-playing, and unaided judgment by Kesten C. Green
How to Tell a Story with Data
Kevin Slavin: How algorithms shape our world
Queues got you blue? Line up here ...
Is the evidence on forecasting conflicts based on proper science? by J. Scott Armstrong
Hans Rosling shows the best stats you've ever seen
The Joy of Statistics
Hans Rosling with Fareed Zakaria explaining the world economy changes on March 6, 2011 GPS.
200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes
Explanation of the Video
Kaggle's Contests: Crunching Numbers for Fame and Glory
KHANAcademy Statistics Library
Lies, damn lies, and marketing data
More than Moneyball
Nate Silver: What I need from statisticians
Math will rock your world
ORMS and Risk Management Failures: What are We Doing Wrong? you may need to create a free profile to watch
A process of inquiry
Rethinking Risk Assessment and Management for Homeland Security and Defense you may need to create a free profile to watch
Science confirms: Politics wrecks your ability to do math
Science of Better Podcasts
Serendipity Favors the Connected
The Truth Wears Off
Is there something wrong with the scientific method?
Use and Misuse of Statistics: How and Why Numbers are So Easily Manipulated
Using Data in a Business Setting: The Intersection of Data, Business, and Statistics
Wagner Prize Videos
What should managers know about business intelligence and data-driven decision support?
Where good ideas come from
Why Quants Don't Know Everything
Why Good Simulations Go Bad
Why Risk Analysis Fails
Will 2015 be the Beginning of the End for SAS and SPSS?