Understanding the World through Statistics
Statistics is the science of data: measuring and assessing uncertainty and more generally, learning from data. Since scientific, technical, and social disciplines all need to make conclusions based on data, statistics provides them with tools essential for their advances. From player stats to computer models to simulate the effects of climate change statistics play a key role.
Dr. Ana Kupresanin received her PhD in Mathematical Statistics from Arizona State University. She joined LLNL's Applied Statistics group in 2009 after spending several years as a faculty member teaching mathematics and statistics.
|Understanding the World through Statistics|
|The Joy of Stats
Presented by Professor Hans Rosling, this documentary takes viewers on a rollercoaster ride through the wonderful world of statistics to explore the remarkable power they have to change our understanding of the world.
|The Beauty of Diagrams
This is a BBC documentary series presented by Professor Marcus du Sautoy, exploring the stories behind some of the most familiar scientific diagrams.
|Applying Modern Mathematics
Professor Raymond Flood gives a series of lectures on the development of mathematics in the twentieth century.
|Mathematics: Making the Invisible Visible
Often described as the science of patterns, mathematics is arguably humanity's most penetrating mental framework for uncovering the hidden patterns that lie behind everything we see, feel, and experience.