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Darrell Huff (July 15, 1913 – June 27, 2001) was an American writer, and is best known as the author of How to Lie with Statistics (1954), the best-selling statistics book of the second half of the twentieth century.
Charles J. Wheelan (born 1966) is an American professor, journalist, speaker, and is the founder and co-chairman of Unite America.[1] Wheelan is the author of Naked Statistics, Naked Economics, and Naked Money. He was an unsuccessful Democratic candidate in the special election for Illinois's 5th congressional district, the seat vacated by Rahm Emanuel.
She develops methods to inform core marketing decisions such as designing new products and planning advertising campaigns. She’s focused on how marketers can use randomized experiments to measure advertising incrementality. She's also published research on conjoint analysis and data fusion. Methodologically, she is Bayesian with expertise in MCMC sampling, hierarchical models, missing data and decision theory.
I work at the intersection of statistics, machine learning, and optimization, focusing primarily on the design and analysis of statistical methods for high-dimensional problems. My recent research focuses on statistical optimal transport and its applications to geometric data analysis and sampling. A recent overview of my research on sampling is available in this video. In Spring 22, I am on sabbatical leave, supported by a chair from the Fondation des Sciences Mathematiques de Paris.
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Dr. Chris Chapman is a Staff Quantitative User Experience Researcher for Google Next Billion Users, based in the Seattle office. Externally, Chris is a past President of the American Marketing Association (AMA) Insights Council and a member of the AMA Publications Policy Committee. He was Chair of the Advanced Research Techniques Forum (ART Forum) conference in 2012 and in 2017, and Chair of the Analytics with Purpose conference in 2015. He serves on several review boards and conference organizing committees, and is the coauthor of Chapman & Feit, R for Marketing Research and Analytics, 2nd ed. (Springer, 2019) and Schwarz, Chapman, & Feit, Python for Marketing Research and Analytics (Springer, 2020). Chapman & Feit (2019) has been translated into Chinese and Japanese, and is used as a textbook in 90+ universities in 26 countries.
Dr. Jason S Schwarz is a Quantitative User Experience Researcher for Google Cloud, based in Nashville. His research prior to Google was focused on understanding neural mechanisms underlying attentional control. His research at Google focuses on visualization of high-dimensional time-series data sources to enable an understanding of complex behavior within Google systems.
Johanna Sarah (Jo) Hardin is an American statistician who works as a professor of mathematics at Pomona College. Her research involves high-throughput analysis for human genome data.
Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel is a Turkish-American statistician. She is a senior lecturer at University of Edinburgh, an associate professor of the practice at Duke University, and a professional educator at RStudio. She is the author of three open source statistics textbooks and is an instructor for Coursera. She is the chair-elect of the Statistical Education Section of the American Statistical Association.
Author of "The Cartoon Guide to Statistics"

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