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Edu GEORGE W. COBB is Robert L. Rooke Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Mount Holyoke College. He has an AB. D. in Statistics from Harvard. Like his co-author Moore, Cobb is being driven somewhere by middle age, but he is still waiting to discover where that may be. He has chaired the ASA/MAA Joint Committee on Undergraduate Statistics, and currently serves on the National Research Council's Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics. edu 630 © THE MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA [Monthly 107 NOTES Edited by Jimmie D.

S have sought non-academic employment. 4% for 1997-1998 doctoral recipients. However, this variation does not change the relative standings. -Sept. 7% Though data are lacking, we conjecture that the difference is related to the greater opportunities for non-academic employment in statistics. D. Statistics has a meaningful and very employable professional masters degree designed to train statisticians for nonacademic work. S. D. S. degree). S. degree do not commonly join professional societies, it appears that in terms of counts of active professionals, mathematics and statistics are disciplines of similar size.

Bayesian methods are now increasingly used in practice, and "Bayesian computation" has become an active research specialty. Computational resources that by the standards of the past are infinite and free, combined with scanning technologies in other fields that produce previously unthinkable volumes of data, open new problems concerning analysis of massive data sets; for example, see [10] and [71. Clever use of computing has simultaneously changed the way small sets of data are analyzed, as when resampling methods allow large-scale computation to replace hard-to-justify model assumptions [5].

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