Graeme KeithWhy your probability tribe mattersHow we think about probability affects how we practice probabilityJun 21, 2023Jun 21, 2023

Graeme KeithData’s dangerous dogmasThe dogmas of data science are harmless for data-led companies whose value mechanisms are a by-product of their data. But companies whose…Jun 18, 2023Jun 18, 2023

Graeme KeithImPERTinenceThe trouble that lurks in the parameterization and the properties of the PERT distributionMay 21, 2021May 21, 2021

Graeme KeithinCantor’s ParadiseBlack Swan. Red Herring.Black Swans call for a radical reappraisal of the way we model, but we are just as deluded about their significance as we are about our…May 11, 20214May 11, 20214

Graeme KeithThank you and thank you for your thought-provoking comment. Much appreciatedYou characterization of Popper is spot on, I think. And you're absolutely right that DS is inherently inductive. It doesn't get much more…May 4, 20211May 4, 20211

Graeme KeithinCantor’s ParadiseThe Democratization of MathematicsThe demystification of mathematical modelling is the first step to raising the level of mathematical literacy in public debateApr 22, 20215Apr 22, 20215

Graeme KeithinCantor’s ParadiseMastery of Mathematics for Accomplished Non-MathematiciansHow high functioning in other intellectual disciplines can be an obstacle to learning mathematicsApr 7, 202110Apr 7, 202110

Graeme KeithinCantor’s ParadiseThe Two Schools of Probability TheoryA layman’s look at the foundations of Frequentism and Bayesianism and how you can have the best of both.Mar 24, 20216Mar 24, 20216

Graeme KeithinCantor’s ParadiseWhy Probability Theory is HardIt’s not because you’re stupid or weren’t concentrating in schoolMar 17, 202124Mar 17, 202124

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