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Current research in statistics has taken interesting new directions, as data collected from scientific studies has become increasingly complex. At first glance, the number of experiments conducted by a scientist must be fairly large in order for a statistician to draw correct conclusions based on noisy measurements of a large number of factors. However, statisticians may often uncover simpler structure in the data, enabling accurate statistical inference based on relatively few experiments. Indoi:10.14760/snap-2021-003-en fatcat:w5glj2jdjrewdkvp4ctxnxra5i