paper on a football league simulation model
A selection of our social bookmarks sorted by category which we believe to be of general interest. If you prefer to look at the complete list, they are available from Delicious.
IngentaConnect A simulation model for football championships
Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience Blog
Mostly geographical/geological/climate related stories. Published by Durham University Dept of Geography.
James' Empty Blog: Probability, uncertainty, models and climate
discussion of Bayesian arguments at conference
JuiceKit for Visual Analytics - JuiceKit™ SDK
A new Flex visualisation library that appears to incorporate Flare. JuiceKit™ is a Software Development Kit (SDK) for building Information Experience™ applications. JuiceKit integrates with Adobe Flex to create components that are easy to implement and aesthetically pleasing. JuiceKit components include controls, visualizations, and utility classes.
Know Breast Cancer.Org : Tamoxifen
Includes Tamoxifen 10 year data
LateX Equation Editor v2.5 Installation
PHP LaTeX maths rendering as a web service.
Long-term use of cellular phones and brain tumours: increased risk associated with use for >=10 years -- Hardell et al. 64 (9): 626 -- Occupational and Environmental Medicine
article claiming increased cancer risk with long-term mobile phone use
Main Page - ChanceWiki
2 Articles updated monthly on statistics in the news
statistical education tools using ESP cards as game
Mathematics and Crime (DS & Chris Budd) Harold Shipman
lottery simulation sites in which you specify numbers and then see how they work
Metropolitan Police Service - Crime mapping
Crime map of London: areas appear to be classified as high crime rate if they are more than 2 standard deviations above the mean. The 'help' does not make clear how this is done with different sized areas. This grading system would be expected to classify around the top 2.5% of areas as 'high crime'.
Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical Graphics, and Data Visualization
wonderful resource - title speaks for itself
Mondrian - Interactive Statistical Data Visualization in JAVA
A java visualisation library
MORtrends | Graphs showing trends in national mortality rates
Time trends in mortality rates. The rates are for particular places, ages and causes of death. Graphs for 16 countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Poland, Canada, Germany, Japan, and the Netherlands.
Most rates were calculated using data published by the World Health Organization (WHO). WHO is not, however, responsible for any of this website's content.
NationMaster - World Statistics, Country Comparisons
Lists, maps and graphics comparing wide range of statistics between countries