# Statistics oriented blogs

**Cross Validated** A very active question and answer site for statisticians, machine teachers, data analysts, data miners and data visualization experts operated through the Stack Exchange network of Q&A sites.

**Data Colada **Critiques of p-values and other statistical practices in the social sciences, by University of Pennsylvania Wharton School professor Uri Simonsohn.

**Error Statistics Philosophy **On the foundations of frequentist statistics, by Virginia Tech philosophy professor Deborah G. Mayo

**Normal Deviate **Thoughts on statistics and machine learning, by Carnegie Mellon statistics professor Larry Wasserman

**One R Tip a Day **from Italy

**Probably Overthinking It** Statistics blog on Bayesian analysis, Python and other topics, by Allen Downey

**Probability and Statistics Blog** `In Monte Carlo we trust' by statistician Matt Asher

**R-bloggers** R news and tutorials contributed by 400+ R bloggers, a blog aggregator by Israeli statistics student Tal Galili

**R-statistics **Writing about statistics with R and open source stuff (software, data, community) by Israeli statistics student Tal Galili

**Radford Neal's blog** Discussion of the underpinnings of R and other issues in computational statistics

**Revolutions** Open source R for big data analytics, predictive modeling, data science and more from the staff of Revolution Analytics.

**Simply Statistics** by three biostatistics professors at Johns Hopkins University

**Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science **by Columbia University statistics and political science professor Andrew Gelman and friends

**StatsBlogs **The #1 statistics blog aggregator with >10,00 visitors daily with categories statistics, R, SAS, data visualization, data mining, Bayesian, and machine learning, by Talk Stats Forum

**Stats Chat** by University of Auckland statistician Thomas Lumley

**Xi'an's Og **About R, statistics and other topics, by Université Paris Dauphine statistics professor Christian Robert