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Carnegie Mellon University celebrates World Statistics Day by Tim Kaulen

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Tim Kaulen Tim Kaulen
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0.23 Gigapixels
Date added
Oct 21, 2010
Date taken
Oct 19, 2010

On Wednesday 10/20 at 1:30pm the Statistics Department at Carnegie Mellon University is celebrating World
Statistics Day by organizing faculty, staff and students into a human histogram of heights on the football field.
World Statistics Day was created to raise awareness of the many achievements
of official statistics. Carnegie MellonĀ¹s Department of Statistics is a
world-renowned leader in computational statistics, Bayesian statistics and
cross-disciplinary statistical research. Its faculty, graduates and
students are constantly making significant contributions to the field of
statistics as well as other fields such as astrophysics, genetics, data
confidentiality, medical imaging and neuroscience.

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