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“Healthy” no longer means “not ill”. So what is the best way to “take the temperature” of a population in today's world? Sam Cockle introduces the comprehensive new Office for National Statistics Health Index
James Jackson analyses England's painful defeat against Italy in the 2020 Euros. Could a more statistically rigorous approach to picking penalty takers have led to a different result?
Football fans, pundits and even managers have long debated whether having a player sent off can actually make a team stronger. Matthew Dowsett takes a Neymaresque dive into the data
The human cost of the FIFA World Cup 2022 troubles human rights groups and football fans alike. However, measuring it is extremely difficult due to elusive, vague and misleading data sources on worker deaths, as Megan Price explains
The idea that machine learning can improve children's social care is attractive, but fraught with challenges – the veil of secrecy around predictive analytics in public services must be lifted, say Michael Sanders and Vicky Clayton
Amanda Lenzi and Mihai Anitescu answer six key questions on the role of statistics in energy forecasting. Part one of a two‐part series
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