- Andrew Gelman's blog: Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science. On his posts he usually links to his own papers on diverse topics.
- US Census Bureau statistician Jerzy Wieczorek Civil Statistics.
- Judea Pearl Causality.
- Naomi Robinson Statistical Editor at Forbes Naomi Robinson.
- Radford Neal Radford Neal.
- Larry Wasserman Normal Deviate.
- Cosma Shalizi Three Toed Sloth.
- Deborah Mayo Error Statistics.
- Brad Luen "But it's under .05!".
- Thomas Lumley Stats Chat.
- An interesting group of statisticians and journalists concerned with proper use of data by government and the media: Straight Statistics
- Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Sciences: Social Science Statistics Blog
- Blog of the ASA and Chance Magazine Statistics Forum.
- Biostats Profs from Johns Hopkins Simply Statistics.
- Big Data Predictive Analytics Dataspora.
- Socially conscious hacking group DataKind.
- A data visualization blog: Flowing Data.
- Kaiser Fung Junk Charts.
- Moritz Stefaner Well Formed Data.
- Better than it sounds! Excel Charts.
- Written by Robert Kosara, research-focused Eager Eyes.
- David McCandless Information is Beautiful.
- By Matt Stiles, data journalist at NPR: The Daily Viz.
- A blog of data sketches from the New York Times Graphics Department.: chartsnthings.
- Deputy graphics director at The New York Times Matthew Ericson.
- The Guardian's Data Journalists DataBlog.
- Carl Bialik the Stats crit at the Wall Street Journal The Numbers Guy.
- The Statistics of US Politics FiveThirtyEight.
- A blog about statistics and R: Revolutions
- An aggregation of lots of current R web contect: R bloggers