Joseph Wilson points me to this blog on applied probability modeling. He sent me the link a couple months ago. If he’s still adding new entries, then his blog is probably already longer-lasting than most!

Posted by Andrew on 26 August 2011, 9:11 pm

Joseph Wilson points me to this blog on applied probability modeling. He sent me the link a couple months ago. If he’s still adding new entries, then his blog is probably already longer-lasting than most!

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