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The first was a hike to Trollsteinen, which we included in our itinerary from the beginning, and it was amazing (for those who love to hike). The second was a change we made at the last minute. On our last day we were signed up for an ATV trip, but it would have been to basically the same place we had seen the first day on the maxibus trip.
We heard about a 10-hour boat trip to Pyramiden and Nordenskjoldbreen and booked it the night before. We loved this trip, with all we learned and the opportunity to see more of Spitsbergen. It added so much to our Svalbard experience, and we were so grateful we added this in.
Something else that we really enjoyed on our trip was the Svalbard museum. It is very well done and we appreciated what we learned here. We have now used Nordic Visitor for 3 different trips. We keep coming back to you because you take such good care of us and give us the trips we want. All of the hotels were well located and clean -having GPS in the car rental was well worth it and made getting into the cities so much easier -being picked up upon arrival at the airport is a great service after having spent so many hours in transit.
A long sought after vacation resulted in a fascinating experience, and this result must also be credited to the careful preparation and to the friendly professional assistance of your consultants.
On site, the service was impeccable under all aspects. We still did it all. The quality of the tour guide, Hinrik, added an additional magic to the stunning landscape of Iceland. Playful and intriguing story telling, deep historical and geological knowledge and lots of fun. It created a wonderful dynamic for the group and inspired everyone to not just look but to also engage with Iceland. It was a bonus that we also saw the Aurora.
Currently, people are talking about a one way ticket to Mars - I 'd say try Iceland first. You did a fabulous job, considering we gave you very little time to prepare the itinerary, in high season.
Sindre Matthiasson was excellent. He was quick to provide a response to any questions I had and I found him to be very accommodating regarding my requests. Iceland is a destination unlike any of the others we have visited. Given the remote nature of parts of the country and the possibility of weather related issues I found the service that Nordic Visitor provided enabled us to enjoy our adventure freely with a minimum of anxiety.
We were very happy with Nordic Visitor and the service we were provided with. Everyone was very helpful and very responsive.
We were extremely satisfied with our experience with Nordic Visitor. We had the BEST vacation in Iceland and look forward to returning.
Thanks for arranging a great trip. Klara went above and beyond. We only had one slight problem with a reservation and not only was it fixed but she surprised us with a bonus excursion.
We loved all our accomadations and especially liked the hand written notes on our map.
We loved our trip and have been recommending your company to anyone who is thinking of coming to Iceland. The rental car was also very good. The suggested itinerary and pre-highlighted map were very helpful and we kept to the itinerary with a few side add-ons.
All pick-ups (at the airport, to go to the rental agency, and then to return to Keflavik) were on time and very good.BMC Med Res Methodol. Modern Epidemiology (3rd ed. Data analysis and regression. The knowledge needed to computerise the analysis and interpretation of statistical information.
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Measurement theory and practice: The world through quantification. The Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics. Cambridge, UK New York: Cambridge University Press. In Pearsall, Deborah M. Journal of the American Statistical Association. How to Lie with Statistics.
Studies in the history of statistical method. The Principles of Experimentation, Illustrated by a Psycho-physical Experiment, Section 8. Fisher, The Design of Experiments ii. American Educational Research Journal. Fisher and the Design of Experiments, 1922-1926". Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. A statistic (singular) or sample statistic is a single measure of some attribute of a sample (e. A statistic is distinct from a statistical parameter, which is not computable, because often the population is too large to examine and measure all its items.
However, a statistic, when used to estimate a population parameter, is called an estimator. For instance, the sample mean is a statistic that estimates the population mean, which is a parameter.
In calculating the arithmetic mean of a sample, for example, the algorithm works by summing all the data values observed in the sample and then dividing this sum by the number of data items. A statistic is an observable random variable, which differentiates it both from a parameter that is a generally unobservable quantity describing a property of a statistical population, and from an unobservable random variable, such as the difference between an observed measurement and a population average.
Statisticians often contemplate a parameterized family of probability distributions, any member of which could be the distribution of some measurable aspect of each member of a population, from which a sample is drawn randomly.
For example, the parameter may be the average height of 25-year-old men in North America. The average of the heights of all members of the population is not a statistic unless that has somehow also been ascertained (such as by measuring every member of the population). The average height that would be calculated using all of the individual heights of all 25-year-old North American men is a parameter, and not a statistic.
Important potential properties of statistics include completeness, consistency, sufficiency, unbiasedness, minimum mean square error, low variance, robustness, and computational convenience. Information of a statistic on model parameters can be defined in several ways. The most common is the Fisher information, which is defined on the statistic model induced by the statistic.
Kullback information measure can also be used. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, searchFor other uses, see Statistics (disambiguation).Should a horse be withdrawn and a new market formed then any bets laid at show prices prior to the new show will be subject to the above deductions.
In the event of a further withdrawal after the market has been reformed then bets placed at show prices in the original market will be subject to a further deduction based on the price of the withdrawn horse in the original market.
Bets placed in the new market will be subject to a deduction based on the current price. The above scale will also apply in the case of non-runners in early price races and will be used for other events where we specifically advertise that deductions in line with Rule 4 (Deductions) will apply.
ReRunsIn the event of a false start, etc. Returns on the remaining runners subject to Rule 4 (Deductions). The number of runners taking part in the rerun governs Place terms. Walkovers and Void Horse RacesWalkovers and void races count as races but any horse so involved will be treated as a non-runner for settlement purposes. Normal place terms will apply for Each-way betting. In the event of a game being decided by a penalty shootout, then one goal will be added to the winning team's score and the game total for settlement purposes.
In 2-Way markets Push rules apply. Highest Scoring Period - If 2 or more periods have the same score, Tie will be settled as the winner. For settlement purposes the 51-60 minute duration will not include overtime if played. For settlement purposes the following website and box score details will be used to determine settlement times:Denmark www.
Settlement of match-up bets will be determined by positions in the Official Final Ranking at the conclusion of the specified Tournament. If teams are still ranked level, bets will be void. All-in, play or not. To Qualify From Group - Team to progress to Qualifying Round from Preliminary Round will be deemed winner. NHL To Win Conference - The team that progresses to the Stanley Cup Final will be deemed the winner.
Series winner is team with highest combined score from both tests. If both teams finish with a tied aggregate score then the current holders will be deemed the winner. Quarter with highest combined score of both teams will be deemed the winner. If there is a tie for highest scoring quarter then bets are settled as a tie.
The First quarter must be completed for bets to have action. If quarter ends in a tie then bets will be settled at the tie price if offered. All race bets are settled on the official classification from the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), the sport's governing body, at the time of the podium presentation.
Each participant is priced to be the top driver over the Formula 1 season in accordance with Drivers Championship standings, and rules as specified by the FIA. Each participant is priced to be the top constructor over the Formula 1 season in accordance with Constructors Championship standings, and rules as specified by the FIA. Minimum 16 races must take place for bets to stand. All drivers who start the formation lap are deemed as runners.
The podium positions will be used to determine 1st, 2nd and 3rd for betting purposes. Official qualifying times as recorded by the FIA will be used for settlement. For Fastest Qualifier, times recorded in the third phase count. If for some reason the third phase does not take place we will settle on the official grid as formed by the FIA. However, qualifying time penalties (as specified by the FIA) will.
Drivers must start the first phase of qualifying for bets to stand. For fastest in qualifying session 1 and 2, drivers must start the specified phase of qualifying for bets to stand. The result for settlement is at the time of the podium presentation. If both drivers fail to complete the race then the driver completing the most laps will be deemed the winner.Bill McDermott, CEO, SAPJohn Ebbert, Publisher, AdExchangerGoogle VP Brad Bender will discuss the company's evolving advertiser business.
How does NBCU juggle traditional "Upfront" sales, advanced TV, digital programmatic and cooperative sales with key partners like Apple and Vox. Jon Suarez-Davis, Chief Strategy Officer, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, SalesforceIBM continues to augment and develop its technology strategy in service to marketers. This fireside chat looks at "what's next" through the lens of the company's Chief Digital Officer, Bob Lord.
Bob Lord, Chief Digital Officer, IBM Interviewed by: Zach Rodgers, Executive Editor, AdExchangerThe last few years have given the "principals" in the programmatic transaction - marketers and publishers - plenty of reasons to question its value. From brand safety to ad fraud to agency rebates and price transparency issues, ad tech has had its share of trouble. And yet the industry continues to grow in spite of it all.
Is 2018 the year the technology ecosystem moves beyond its "trust issues". This panel will explore the question, and provide a roadmap for how to move forward. Barrett, CEO, Rubicon Project Brian O'Kelley, CEO and Co-Founder, AppNexus Brett Wilson, VP and General Manager, Advertising, Adobe Moderated by: Sarah Sluis, Senior Editor, AdExchangerThe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an effort by the European Commission to shift the balance of power in favor of consumers so that they can determine and command when a company can or cannot use their personal data to drive business decisions.
This session will explore how your strategies, technologies and operations must change to be compliant with the Regulation, and how good, early preparation will help you thrive in this stricter environment. Melissa Parrish, VP, Research Director, ForresterA special presentation from the native advertising software company, Sharethrough. Dan Greenberg, CEO, SharethroughGreat Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) are hard to find - ask any board. Blodget will discuss media trends in the year ahead as well as provide an inside view on the next steps for BI under owner Axel Springer SE, the leading digital publisher in Europe.
Henry Blodget, CEO and Editor, Business Insider Interviewed by: Sara Fischer, Media Reporter, AxiosQuantcast Co-Founder and CEO Konrad Feldman looks at the year ahead as his company pursues a strategy based on artificial intelligence (AI) technology and its application for brands, agencies and publishers.
Konrad Feldman, Co-Founder and CEO, QuantcastCBS is looking at creating new and improved ways in 2018 for their clients to buy their TV show lineup and all CBS content across its broadcast and digital platforms.
JoAnn Ross will discuss her company's plans and the important trends she sees in the year ahead. Getting there requires industry collaboration, strong data science and airtight privacy. The CEOs of some of the world's largest audience and data platforms will survey the landscape, discussing how they and their peers are moving toward a world of "known" users. He'll provide insights on the huge opportunity ahead he sees for his company.
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Hear the leaders of the advertising and marketing technology ecosystem reveal new visions for 2018 and beyond. Get unparalleled insight into the latest ideas, trends and technologies that are shaping the marketing and advertising world. Must book by January 4, 2018. Entire tickets may be transferred prior to event start, but cannot be transferred after ticket-holder has checked into the event.
With a decade on the buy side of acquisitions, Brian has extensive experience in setting strategy, executing acquisitions and successfully integrating acquired companies.They made everything so easy, while giving us the freedom of being able to 'adventure' on our own. Our itinerary and maps were comprehensive, with many personal touches from Thordis, our travel agent.
I hope to book another trip with Nordic Visitor again soon. Helena was one of the best travel consultants I have ever worked with. She quickly answered all questions and was a delight to work with. We just returned from our trip and we wanted to tell you thank you.
Everything you planned was wonderful. We loved the tours in Kiruna, especially the dog sledding. The ice hotel was amazing and we loved the room you picked for us. The hotels you picked were very nice and we never would have found them on our own. We liked the Hurtigruten and were so happy when we got to see the Northern lights on the deck on the second night. We even enjoyed the bus and train rides because the scenery was so beautiful.
The guides in Kiruna were especially nice and helped us locate a piece of luggage we lost while we were on a tour so we could make our train on time afterward. Amazing trip, from airport pick-up to drop-off. Alexandra was amazingly helpful. Your country is wonderful.
Just wish we had seen the Lights. It was a pleasure to deal with Cecilia Markov. The overall trip experience for us (Two couples) was memorable. The ferry trip to Flam, the stay and dinner at Fretheim Hotel were outstanding.