Statistics—It’s not what you think it is.
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Statistician Megan Price Promotes Social Justice and Human Rights
December 21, 2015
Megan Price uses statistics to answer important questions about social justice and human rights. She travels the world to collect data, some of which has been used as evidence in the prosecution of war crimes. Another interesting fact about Megan, she’s a second generation statistician. Her grandfather was a statistician during the Cold War who used...Find Out More
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Fall Data Challenge 2022: Congratulations to Our Winners!
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