Information Science and Statistics

@inproceedings{Andersen1986InformationSA,
  title={Information Science and Statistics},
  author={E. B. Andersen},
  year={1986}
}
The interface between information science and statistics is more often implicit that explicit. It is true that the rapid growth of computer technology and the development of a better understanding of how to handle large amounts of data, has shaped the development of statistics. It is egually true, however, that the way the development of computer technology has influenced the development of statistics seldom in the past was subject to scientific studies on the part of the statisticians. It is… Expand
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