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Monthly Archive September, 2007

R video tutorial number 1

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LEARN R BY JUST WATCHING For this week, Decision Science News has created a video tutorial on how to get started using the R Language for Statistical Computing. (The tutorial is best viewed in your browser’s full-screen mode, try pressing F11 in Windows). R is free and open source, and constantly being improved upon by […]

A new seminar series in London, first talk by Nassim Taleb

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THE IMPACT OF THE HIGHLY IMPROBABLE Decision Science News, the new Economics of Behaviour and Decision-Making Seminar, and the London Business School Centre for Marketing invite you to an Evening Seminar on: “The Impact of the Highly Improbable” with Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Visiting Professor, London Business School) At this evening seminar, we are delighted to […]

What to do with the social Web’s data?

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DATA GEEKS REJOICE DSN recommends this workshop for decision researchers interested in the making the most of the rich social data that is increasingly available online. This workshop addresses a new online phenomenon: social data analysis, that is, collective analysis of data supported by social interaction. In the last few months a new class of […]

Judgment and decision-making types welcome

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JOINT APPOINTMENT IN PSYCH AND PUBLIC POLICY @ PRINCETON Princeton’s campus is easy on the eyes and Princeton’s psych department is easily among the best. You, dear reader, might be the policy-relevant psychologist they are looking for. Princeton University‚Äôs Department of Psychology anticipates making an appointment at the associate or full professor level. The position […]