Significance Magazine is a joint publication of the Royal Statistical Society and the American Statistical Association. The "News" section of the latest issue (which can be read by subscribers) contains an item titled, "More Than Skin Deep". It's about a mathematics teacher who has an interesting tattoo:
In case you need an interpretation, it reads:
The item concludes:
"It attracts attention. Often on a beach someone will say something like 'You're either a math teacher or in a really, really odd motorcycle gang.'
Why should statisticians lag behind? A bottle of champagne to the first reader who can show a permanent tattoo of Bayes' theorem - preferably on a part of the anatomy that we can decently reproduce."
Needless to say, this got me thinking! Are there any Econometrics tattoos out there that I should be aware of?
© 2013, David E. Giles