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by Jenny Gage and myself is published by Cambridge University Press and forms the first book in a series from Cambridge Mathematics.

This is the home page for the book, and this is the resource site for teachers.

However we try to take a view of the subject that extends beyond the application of probability and statistics, acknowledging that there are deeper uncertainties that cannot be easily put into a formal framework, and that social and psychological issues necessarily play a vital role.

We are involved in a number of different areas: is published by Profile Books and the Wellcome Collection, and accompanies the Wellcome's excellent Institute of Sexology exhibition which runs until September 20th 2015. ) have appeared in The Economist , Daily Mail , The Guardian , Sunday Times (Dominic Lawson) [paywall] , Bookbag , The Times , and a digested read in the Guardian .

[This needs updating] Here is a list of all my presentations since October 2007, including appearances at Cambridge Science Festival, Cheltenham Science Festival, British Science Festival and Hay Literary Festival.

In over 400 talks since October 2007, audiences total around 51,000 (up to June 2014), including around 20,000 school students.

Recent presentations include: In the past I have acted as a paid statistical consultant to a variety of organisations, including the Healthcare Commission, World Anti-Doping Agency, Novartis, and Glaxo Smith Kline.

There is a rather neat animation that features some of the stats. (with Michael Blastland) was published by Profile Books in June 2013. Articles and interviews have appeared in Daily Telegraph , The Observer , The BIg Issue , Guardian Colour section , Pacific Standard , and an article by David Ropeik in the Big Think .

Me in action at the Port Eliot Festival where I won the Loop championship - this was done using a mixture of mathematical insight, a little skill arising from a mis-spent youth, and a huge dose of luck.

I work with a small team comprising Mike Pearson (web and animation), and Owen Smith (web).



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