Year In Review: Stats-of-3
Last updated: Apr 29, 2023
Season’s Greetings and Happy Winter Holidays! 2021 was quite an eventful year at Stats-of-1. Here are just some of the many wonderful things that happened.
- We added two excellent editors. Drs. Clair Robbins and Julio Vega bring training, skills, experiences, and viewpoints that complement my own: clinical psychology (Clair) and digital phenotyping and personal sensing (Julio). This perfectly aligns with our mission to unite folks from different fields under the single umbrella of esametry. Read Clair’s intro here, and Julio’s here. (Julio is also helping out with web development.)
- We published our first-ever guest post. Read Professor Rumen Manolov’s post on Brinley plots here.
- We presented digital health work I’ve been doing with Dr. Logan Schneider (a sleep physician) on a new method for applying the n-of-1 trial framework to assess possible causation—not just correlation—using your own wearable sensor data. Read about the method in my summaries of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) talk and Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) talk. I also presented this material at the 3rd Annual Health Data Science Symposium at Harvard on Smartphones, Wearables, and Health.
I’m also excited to announce that Clair and Julio will be taking the reins as Lead Editors for Stats-of-1 in 2022! 🎉 They will set operational goals and drive strategic direction for the blog, as well as ideate on post themes and coordinate writing efforts. I’m super stoked to see where they’ll take us next year.
Thank you all for your continued interest in Stats-of-1. I wish y’all the best in the New Year!
Eric Jay / EJ