Richard Hahn is an associate professor of Statistics at ASU. He develops probability models and computational techniques for applied data analysis, with a focus on the behavioral, social, and health sciences. His specific research interests include regression tree methods, causal inference from observational data, and foundations of statistics.
Hear what Richard Hahn, professor of Statistics, has to say about the pandemic at hand.
It’s important when dealing with a situation of uncertainty that you figure out what is your criteria. Policy-making has a lot of stakeholders, but this case was very unique in that a scientific body wrote a report in a very aggressive way.Richard Hahn, ASU
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