Monthly Archives: November 2013

Links: more on the mathematics of music

For those of you who read our earlier article on the mathematics behind music and want to know more, here are a couple of links that might well interest you. Amazingly mathematical music is an online article from Washington University … Continue reading

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More statistics talks in Glasgow

Here’s another date for your diaries: on Tuesday 17 December there will be a public meeting of the Glasgow Local Group of the Royal Statistical Society, including a seminar on “Public Engagement: Some Perspectives from Statistics and Public Health”. The … Continue reading

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Statistics talks in Glasgow

Over the next month or so, our longstanding rivals friends in the Maths and Stats department at the University of Glasgow will be hosting three public lectures in celebration of the International Year of Statistics. The lectures are free, but … Continue reading

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Link for the week(ish): Numberphile

The Link for the Week hasn’t been very active recently, but here’s something to make up for the drought. The Numberphile website contains dozens of short videos on mathematical topics — most of them accessible without a lot of background … Continue reading

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