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Statistics Clinic, Michaelmas II, 2009

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Philipp Hennig.

This will be the second ever meeting of the Statistics Clinic. We had a lot of response for the last session. However, you can still just walk in and chat to us, if you are willing to maybe wait a bit for someone to find the time.

The Statistics Clinic is a fortnightly meeting between Statisticians and Machine Learners on the one side and Researchers (Graduate Students and Research Staff) on the other side. The Statisticians provide advice on all questions relating to uncertainty, hypothesis testing, data modeling and inference.

The idea is to keep the threshold to participation as low as possible: Everyone is invited to attend, regardless of their field. If you have a lot of highly structured data, or very little, noisy data, if you do not know how to test the validity of a particular hypothesis or infer an unmeasurable quantity from observations of dependent variables, you are very much invited to come and join us.

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