So, the summer has ended and a new academic year has started. This summer I finally was able to get almost three weeks of decent vacation time (even did some unsuccessful fishing and stargazing). Thus I have recovered enough energy to prepare some new content for Physics of Risk. So Physics of Risk lives again!
Now, this semester we will take a look at a quite a few statistical puzzles. Some of the upcoming posts will be inspired by recent preprints I have seen on the arXiv this summer, while others will be solutions to various Riddler problems published on fivethirtyeight.com.
I was also considering writing a couple of posts on point processes (related to my newest paper ), random telegraph noise (currently still working on this paper) and non-Markovian opinion dynamics (seen couple of interesting seminars this summer). Though these will likely have to wait until after the new year.
Happy new academic year!