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Check out the latest issue of the Annals of Applied Statistics

created 09  Apr  2010

The latest issue of Annals of Applied Statistics features two
unusually provocative articles. Szekely and Rizzo begin with a
surprising new measure of statistical dependence, which is both
elementary to compute and endowed with useful data analysis
properties. Several eminent discussants consider its impressive set of
advantages over Pearson's correlation. Then Baggerly and Coombes
dissect some influential methodology papers from the medical
literature, detailing an array of serious errors. Since their paper
appeared on our website, four ongoing medical trials at major
universities have been suspended. Both papers are available here:


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