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*[[How to submit a new article or edit an existing article]]
 
*[[How to submit a new article or edit an existing article]]
  
To request a "chance wiki account" enabling you to login to provide new items  or to edit existing items e-mail jlsnell@dartmouth.edu with subject "chance wiki account.If you would like to be notified when a chance news under construction is completed please register [http://listserv.dartmouth.edu/Archives/chance.html here].
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You do not need to login to read Chance News but you do need to login to edit existing articles or to  provide new articles. To obtain an account allowing you to login, email jlsnell@dartmouth.edu with subject "chance wiki account".  
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If you would like to be notified when a chance news under construction is completed please register [http://listserv.dartmouth.edu/Archives/chance.html here].
  
 
Chance News reviews current issues in the news that use probability or statistical concepts. Its aim is to give the general public a better understanding of chance news as reported by the media and to allow teachers of probability and statistics courses to liven up their courses with current news. Issues from 1992 to 2004,are archived on the [http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chance Chance Website] where you will also find other resources for teaching a probability or statistic course.  
 
Chance News reviews current issues in the news that use probability or statistical concepts. Its aim is to give the general public a better understanding of chance news as reported by the media and to allow teachers of probability and statistics courses to liven up their courses with current news. Issues from 1992 to 2004,are archived on the [http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chance Chance Website] where you will also find other resources for teaching a probability or statistic course.  
  
 
Chance News will continue to be freely available under the [http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html GNU Free Documentation License]
 
Chance News will continue to be freely available under the [http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html GNU Free Documentation License]

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You do not need to login to read Chance News but you do need to login to edit existing articles or to provide new articles. To obtain an account allowing you to login, email jlsnell@dartmouth.edu with subject "chance wiki account".

If you would like to be notified when a chance news under construction is completed please register here.

Chance News reviews current issues in the news that use probability or statistical concepts. Its aim is to give the general public a better understanding of chance news as reported by the media and to allow teachers of probability and statistics courses to liven up their courses with current news. Issues from 1992 to 2004,are archived on the Chance Website where you will also find other resources for teaching a probability or statistic course.

Chance News will continue to be freely available under the GNU Free Documentation License