Department of Statistics,
North Carolina State University,
Raleigh, NC, 27695-8203.
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Curious? Then click on an image and see how it's done (alas, these are not naturally occurring 1-in-a-trillion-trillion-trillion chance random scatter plots).
Homer Simpson. Mathematics is no stranger to the Simpsons, see simpsonsmath.com, but this may be the first time that Homer has dabbled in statistics. It appears that he has embedded himself into an infinite do loop! The image above is a spoof of a scene from a Simpson's episode in which Homer tackles a difficult mathematical derivation. Click on the image to learn how it was constructed.
Ronald Aylmer Fisher (1890-1962). This is an embedded-image version of a well-known image of Fisher operating a calculating machine. You can find the original at several places on the web, see here for example. Click on the image to learn how it was constructed.
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