11 search results for “statistiek” in the Public website
Symposium by Lorentz Fellow Richard Gill
On 22 March, five days after his final attendance at the Lucia de B case, Professor of Statistics, Richard Gill, will be appointed Distinguished Lorentz Fellow 2010-2011. To mark the award, Gill is organising a breakfast symposium on the relations between the media, science and law.
Big data cannot do without statistics
Data science and statistics are closely linked, says Spinoza laureate and Stochastics professor Aad van der Vaart. We talk with him about the big data hype, genome research and collaboration with other disciplines. ‘Statistics helps wherever data is not perfect.’
DNA-evidence needs statistical back-up
How do forensic scientists deal with complex DNA-evidence found at crime scenes? Giulia Cereda developed new statistical models to analyse them. PhD defense 12 January.
Enriching official economic statistics using data-driven modelling techniques
Netherlands Statistics (CBS), Leiden University and the University of Amsterdam have started a collaboration in the form of a research project titled 'Enriching official economic statistics using data-driven modelling techniques'.
New section makes statistics understandable
‘Statistics? I hated that hard subject in school’, statistician Sanne Willems is often told. And that is a pity, she thinks, because statistics doesn’t necessarily have to be difficult. Together with two former fellow students, she set up a Statistics Communication section for good communication on…
Do internationally adopted children in the Netherlands use more medication than their non-adopted peers?
Adoptees in the Netherlands generally do not use more medication than their non-adopted peers.
Opbouw van de opleiding
LUC The Hague geeft studenten de gelegenheid om hun eigen curriculum samen te stellen gebaseerd op de afstudeerrichting van hun keuze. De academische staf begeleid en adviseert studenten bij het samenstellen van hun vakkenpakket.
Clinical biostatistics and medical decision-making
Student project Computer Science for Volvo Ocean Race
Seven bachelor students in Computer Science at Leiden University are participating in a research project on big data and event management. Their work should eventually result in a system that can be applied at the finish of the Volvo Ocean Race in The Hague in June next year.
Empirical Legal Studies
For the legal science theme Empirical Legal Studies, Leiden has chosen the topic ‘markets, behaviour, and the regulatory role of the law’ as its starting point to advance empirical legal research.