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Online ISSN: 1467-9639
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Contributions are welcomed in the form of articles, notes, letters, problems, news, and smaller items such as poems, quotations or cartoons. Teaching Statistics is a refereed journal. Articles may be of a general nature or aimed specifically at one of our specialist sections:
Classroom Notes - shorter items containing good ideas worth sharing
Computing Corner - new developments and ideas in statistical software
Curriculum Matters - addressing curriculum issues nationally and internationally
Data Bank - interesting data sets and what to do with them
Historical Perspective - the lives of statisticians and history of statistics
Practical Activities - ideas for 'hands-on' classroom practicals in statistics
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