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RT @junkcharts: The Oxford study is an explanatory model with rigid structure, strong prior assumptions & very little data. The media blew it out of proportion. But through it, you learned about statistical modeling. Final Part 6: https://t.co/Ba6Mnrsw0H #statistics #models #numbersense (8/8)


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RT @Michelle_CRUK: The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on society, researchers and @CR_UK. @Iain_CRUK, @CharlesSwanton and our chief scientist, Karen Vousden, have written this open letter to cancer researchers on how we’re responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/LnejtOn0q0


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RT @Kat_Arney: Ingenious - a new @BBCRadio4 series exploring the stories & the science behind five human genes starts today at 1.45pm and on iplayer afterwards: https://t.co/k8dyK6lnEZ Huge thanks to producer @BethSF & exec @PennyMurphy Hope you enjoy it!


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Competition funding available for a PhD applying machine learning techniques to Next Generation Sequencing Big Data to improve the prediction of prostate cancer patient outcome. Join us. Stipend and UK/EU fees available. Closing date: 17/04/20 https://t.co/hCRNjxB0jC #phdtalk https://t.co/cqMSZ5V3bW


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RT @jburnmurdoch: NEW: Fri 3 April update of coronavirus trajectories First, daily new deaths • US & UK both likely to pass Spain for peak daily deaths • Daily death tolls in the thousands to become the norm in US • UK now clearly steeper than Italy Live charts: https://t.co/JxVd2cG7KI https://t.co/82L1B5mx35


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RT @neilhall_uk: This is mind blowing https://t.co/ggG7S7Gfbj


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RT @trishgreenhalgh: Tweeps, your homework for today is to study this infographic. No tweeting about #testing till you’ve understood it. Via @pash22 https://t.co/NtZIxAtTSD


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