Monthly Archives: May 2015


Somehow, it’s been almost three years since we moved to Auckland. At this point, you become eligible for the privilege of one semester of research and study leave, colloquially known as sabbatical. Mine is coming up in the second half … Continue reading

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How many “distributions of the data” are there?

I tend to think (and complain) about terminology a lot, as you may have noticed. This is particularly important when a given term has some chance of conveying an incorrect message. When speaking informally with experts, we can be sloppier, … Continue reading

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