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Elsevier's Mathematics page for researchers and students.

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Welcome to this page hosted by Elsevier. Our page provides the latest news and topical discussions for those involved with Mathematics and Statistics.

Evolutionary Origins and Early Development of Number Processing author David Geary explains why math matters - especially in the US and many other developed nations where as many as one in four adults are functionally innumerate.

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What can a plate of home-made spaghetti teach you about mathematics? A lot more about problem-solving methods than you'd think. http://bit.ly/1FOs1vy

What can a plate of home-made spaghetti teach you about mathematics? A lot more about problem-solving methods than you'd think.

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Taking summer courses? See the pros and cons here: http://bit.ly/1KlgWZa #college #courses #students #faculty

To help weigh the decision, here are a few of the pros and cons of taking summer courses, collated from a few respected sources.

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There's been an explosion of interest in #Bayesian statistics. John Kruschke discusses new computational methods that have made data analysis accessible. - http://bit.ly/1CEIC53

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In part one of this three part series, author Raina Robeva discusses algebraic methods and why they still matter - especially in modern biology.

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Linear Algebra Survival Guide - http://bit.ly/1KktIXT

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Rejecting null is not enough, we also need an estimate and its precision. In this video. Author John Kruschke talks precision in bayesian data analyses. http://bit.ly/1LZIm62 #bayesian

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Emma Granqvist, a journal Publisher for Elsevier's plant sciences, explains why publishing negative results is fundamentally important in science.

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Emma Granqvist, a journal Publisher for Elsevier’s plant sciences, explains why publishing negative results is fundamentally important in science.

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The outcome of science research benefits us all, but knowledge doesn't come cheap. Learn how government crowdfunding can help foot the bill. http://bit.ly/1CF7wBA

The outcome of science research benefits us all, but knowledge doesn't come cheap. Learn how government crowdfunding can help foot the bill.

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Sergios Theodoridis, author of #MachineLearning, discusses what we can learn from analyzing the way we process data - and optimize for better results.http://bit.ly/1CEHazE

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In the final part of this Math Meets Biology series, author Raina Robeva discusses CpG island identification with Markov models for DNA sequence analysis. http://bit.ly/1Kky7u3

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Sharing research data is key to making scientific findings reproducible and enabling fellow scientists to build upon these findings. However, there are challenges around ensuring that data is accessible and shareable. http://bit.ly/1Kkt10L

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