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The San Diego Chapter of the American Statistical Association

 seeks to sponsor educational, professional, and scientific

 activities that benefit professional statisticians, students

of statistics, and the San Diego Community at large. 


FEATURED EVENTS


The next event will be our Annual Picnic, sometime in late August or September, at UCSD.  Please check

back regularly for more information!


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WHAT'S NEW!

No matter how much reverence is paid to anything purporting to be "statistics," the term has no meaning unless the source, relevance, and truth are all checked.

 Tom Burman, The Dictionary of Misinformation, Statistics, use, misuses, and abuse of (p. 244.)

 

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NATIONAL MEETINGS


 

2015 Joint Statistical Meetings

August 8-13, 2015
Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place, Seattle, WA  98101

 

 

2016 Joint Statistical Meetings

July 30-August 4, 2016

McCormick Place, Chicago, IL



 



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STATISTICAL BLOGS


There are a few statistical bloggers around the world who are listed below (in alphabetical order.)  If you know of any others, please let Patricia English know and she will update the links here.

John Johnson from Registrat-Mapi posts include statistics, clinical trials, and the scientific process. 

Yossi Levy blogs about statistics in Hebrew. 

Sanjay Matange of SAS blogs on data visualization with a focus on SAS ODS.

Naomi Robbins, graphic displays expert, blogs on effective graphics.       

David Smith of Revolution R posts daily on topics of interest to R users, including R and statistics. 

Rick Wicklin of SAS posts about SAS including code. 

The statsblogs.com  site is a compilation of statistics blogs; some of the above bloggers are included on this site but there are many others.

 



                                                                                                          

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