CHANCE Magazine is a joint publication of the American Statistical Association and Springer-Verlag. The magazine features articles about statistics and the use of statistics in society in a style that is intended to be accessible to a broad public audience or anyone with "an interest in the analysis of data." Topic areas include statistics used in the social, biological, physical, and medical sciences, as well as information about statistical computing and graphical presentation of data. The monthly featured article is available online free of charge, but the regular columns, book reviews, and other sections are available only through paid subscription. The February 2005 feature article discusses "which aspects of music can be described by quantitative models" and includes supplemental sound clips.


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