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CHANCE

Executive Editor: Michael Larsen

ISSN: 0933-2480 (print version)
ISSN: 1867-2280 (electronic version)

Journal no. 144

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  • Makes statistics accessible to a broad audience, entertains as well as informs.
  • Features articles that showcase the use of statistical methods and ideas in the social, biological, physical, and medical sciences.
  • Presents material about statistical computing and graphical presentation of data.
  • Keeps its readers informed about developments and ideas in a variety of areas, including government, statistics, and sports.

Chance is a magazine about statistics and the use of statistics in society, and it is intended for everyone who has an interest in the analysis of data. Chance features articles that showcase the use of statistical methods and ideas in the social, biological, physical, and medical sciences. It also presents material about statistical computing and graphical presentation of data. Through its regular departments and columns, Chance keeps its readers informed about developments and ideas in a variety of areas, including government, statistics, and sports.

Chance is not a technical journal, but rather a magazine that records events and ideas from an evolving field. The articles and columns in Chance are intended to entertain, to inform, and to highlight and encourage sound statistical practice.

Officially cited as: Chance

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    Chance is a magazine about statistics and the use of statistics in society, and it is intended for everyone who has an interest in the analysis of data. Chance features articles that showcase the use of statistical methods and ideas in the social, biological, physical, and medical sciences. It also presents material about statistical computing and graphical presentation of data. Through its regular departments and columns, Chance will keep its readers informed about developments and ideas in a variety of areas including government statistics and sports.

    Chance is not a technical journal, but rather a magazine that records events and ideas from an evolving field. The articles and columns in Chance are intended to entertain, to inform, and to highlight and encourage sound statistical practice. Our goal is to have Chance promote statistics and make it accessible to a broad audience.

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